Genes to Geoscience
What is Genes to Geoscience?
Genes to Geoscience is a federation of research labs. Our theme is the fusion of disciplines that is underway among genomics, functional ecology, earth system science and palaeontology. Our focus is to incubate the future research leaders of the next 30 - 40 years.
One of the main activities in Genes to Geoscience is our Research Enrichment Program (GGREP). GGREP is a program of intensive Masterclasses, workshops and modules for postgraduate students, postdocs and academics. The Program encourages researches towards career-long innovation, leadership, policy and research.
GGREP Menu of Masterclasses and Workshops for 2016
Click on the name of each offering to find out more information and to register.
|Masterclass, Workshop or Module name||Convener||Days||Date|
|FoS&E Tutor induction||Bishop||1||24/2/2016 & 25/2/2015 (afternoons; 2-5pm)|
|Introduction to R||Allen, Madin, Nipperess & Kosnik||1||16/3/2016|
|Graphing and data manipulation in R||Allen, Madin, Nipperess & Kosnik||1||23/3/2016|
|Statistics in R||Allen, Madin, Nipperess & Kosnik||1||6/4/2016|
Gillings & Brown
Sobotkova, Ross, & Ballsun-Stanton
|Bioinformatics: A Hands-On Introduction||Hallinan, Sofronov & Kordzajkia||0.5|
|GG Outlook conference||Gillings||2||26/7/2016 & 27/7/2016|
|Transition from PhD to Early Career Researcher||Power & contributors||1||25/8/2016|
|Detecting signals of environmental selection in population genomics||Dudaniec & Rymer||1|
|Leishman, Westoby, Wright, Conrwell, & Falster||2||8/9/2016 & 16/9/2016|
|Non-academic jobs following a PhD||Lanfear, Purcell, & Lin-Stephens||1||22/9/2016|
|42 shades of leadership||Herberstein & contributors||0.5||4/10/2016