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Darlington, NSW 2006

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Please bring your own laptop with Chrome or Firefox installed. Be sure that you can connect to the eduroam wifi network prior to the training course.


This training will cover “Bacterial Genomics” using the Galaxy Platform, which is an open, web-based analysis and workflow platform designed for biologists to analyse their own data and can be used to run a variety of bioinformatics tools.

Specifically, the training course will include:

  • How to use the Galaxy bioinformatics platform
  • Bacterial genome assembly and annotation
  • Bacterial variant calling
  • Galaxy workflows


The RDS Omics project is an RDS-funded flagship project to provide cloud-based data services and tools for Australian Life Science Researchers to combine, analyse and interpret genomic (DNA), transcriptomic (RNA), proteomic (proteins) and metabolomic (small molecules) data.

The project is building the first Australian platform to allow 4 distinct ‘omics’ data types to be:

  • co-analysed and stored in one system;
  • managed through a common data management system;
  • able to have bioinformatics analysis performed on these data via a common interface
  • made accessible to biology researchers in Australia and internationally;
  • published to international repositories
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