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MacVector 12.5 workshop at the University of Pennsylvania

If you are a user of MacVector or have any interest in sequence analysis for molecular biologists then you may be interested to know that there’s a workshop about MacVector at the University of Pennsylvania this Thursday open to faculty, students and researchers.

When: Thursday February 9th 9:30 to 11:00
Where: Blockley Hall, Room 1311

“Dr Kevin Kendall will present an informal 90 minute workshop for both beginners and long-time users of MacVector.The workshop will review how to use the basic functions and features in MacVector, as well as covering more advanced workflows and new functionality in the latest releases, MacVector 12.0 and 12.5. He will be happy to answer any questions about MacVector that you may have, as well as previewing the functionality planned for MacVector 12.6.”

Light refreshments will be provided.

Please register for the workshop on the University Bioinformatics Group website

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