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Vidjil - © Bonsai - Inria


Bioinformatics, a Weapon to Fight Leukemia


The Inria Lille - Nord Europe project-team Bonsai (run jointly with the CNRS and Université Lille1*) has created Vidjil, software for high-throughput analysis of white blood cells. Objective: provide physicians with a tool for treating leukemia. As March 28 and 29 are national leukemia days in France, the creators of Vidjil took this opportunity to explain how it works.


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6/07/2017 to 7/07/2017

3rd students Symposium BeNeLuxFra for young bio-IT engineers (JeBiF)

JeBiF makes an appointment with you on July 6th and 7th in Lille, just after JOBIM, for a new edition of its annual workshop.

Place : Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center


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JOBIM: bioinformatics meets in Lille


From 3-6 July, Lille Grand Palais is hosting the 18th Open Days in Biology, Computer Science and Mathematics (JOBIM). 300 people are expected there, to discuss innovations in bioinformatics and biostatistics. Two teams from the Inria Lille - Nord Europe center are involved in this event: Bonsai and Modal.


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Radiolaires - ©J.Capoulade/EMBL/Tara Oceans


The Tara Expedition: plankton tells us a lot about our climate

Hélène Xypas - 2/12/2011

Saturday September 5, 2009. The Tara vessel leaves Lorient for a two and a half year expedition across the world’s oceans. This expedition is the first attempt to carry out a global study of marine plankton. The aim is to increase our knowledge of this ecosystem, by studying its biodiversity and by better understanding its key role in regulating the climate. A specialist in DNA sequencing and bioinformatics, Laurent Noé, a member of the Bonsai project team, talks about the expertise of his team on this voyage.


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