top of page

Sat, May 27

|

Zoom

Exploring Bioinformatics: An Introduction to DNA and AI for High School Students

Join us for an exciting webinar designed to introduce high school students to the fascinating world of bioinformatics! During this session, you will learn the basics of bioinformatics and gain an understanding of DNA and its role in genetics.

Registration is closed
See other events
Exploring Bioinformatics: An Introduction to DNA and AI for High School Students
Exploring Bioinformatics: An Introduction to DNA and AI for High School Students

Time & Location

May 27, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT

Zoom

Guests

About the event

Exploring Bioinformatics: An Introduction to DNA and AI for High School Students

Join us for an exciting webinar designed to introduce high school students to the fascinating world of bioinformatics! During this session, you will learn the basics of bioinformatics and gain an understanding of DNA and its role in genetics. Our experienced presenters will guide you through hands-on Python exercises, helping you explore DNA and learn how to analyze genetic data. Additionally, we will discuss how high school students can conduct research in bioinformatics and highlight potential research areas in the field.

Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary field that intersects with artificial intelligence, providing students with the opportunity to explore innovative approaches to solving complex biological problems. As we continue to unlock the secrets of the human genome, bioinformatics will play a crucial role in understanding genetic variation, disease susceptibility, and personalized medicine. By participating in this webinar and exploring bioinformatics research opportunities, high school students can gain valuable skills and make significant contributions to the field. Join us to discover the exciting potential of bioinformatics and its role in shaping the future of healthcare and biotechnology! Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to learn from experts and engage in interactive activities. Register today!

Share this event

bottom of page