African Data, African Knowledge

    RT @inthosegenespod: Thank you so much @VUMC_MD for the feature article. My time at @VUMCgenetics with @CaturDNA truly shaped my career i…
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    RT @SINGConsortium: Apply Now! The SING USA workshop will be held virtually from July 19-22, 2021. Students from all levels are welcome to…
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    RT @nresearchnews: .@JeneaIA, a second year PhD student, decided to create the Black Women in Computational Biology Network to connect with…
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    RT @JeneaIA: I heard there's a #BlackInCompBio Slack you can join 👀. Spread the word: https://t.co/fuCalxq5cf
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    RT @USCSysBio_Lab: the rate at which Black scientists are awarded @NIH grants is ~55% of that of non-Black investigators with the same qual…
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    RT @EvaAlloza: Connecting Black women in #computationalbiology. If you are interested in connecting with them, follow @blkwomencompbio http…
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    RT @JeneaIA: We (@blkwomencompbio) made it to THE FIRST EVER ISSUE of Nature Computational Science (@NatComputSci)!! 🙌🏾 https://t.co/OmEG6
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    RT @alimanfoo: New notebook with some further examples and explanation of how to work with the Ag1000G phase 3 SNP data: https://t.co/gkSk
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    RT @gxytraining: Workshop proposals due 12 April. #GalaxyAfrica https://t.co/bj2xi5s7d7 Workshops are 7 June.
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    RT @pha4ge: Webinar Alert 🚨 #AusTrakka : Implementing National and Regional #DataSharing for Real Time #PublicHealth Surveillance 🇦🇺 Spea…
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    RT @celia_vgelder: Registration is open for our @ELIXIRNL #CommonWL #lesson #hackathon, 22 and 23 March 13-17 CET. Join us in building fur…
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    RT @JeneaIA: Thank you @iscb for highlighting me amongst other amazing women computational biologists!
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    RT @ThankGod_Ebenez: In 2019 I helped to initiate the Bioinformatics and Genomics consortium at my BSc alma mater, Nnamdi Azikiwe Universit…
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    RT @GA4GH: Thank you to everyone's hard work during #GA4GHConnect21 this week. It was awesome to see attendance from 23 different countries…
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    RT @JRbiotek: An African diaspora scientist-led initiative designed to sequence the genome of an African orphan crop in partnership with de…
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    RT @ThankGod_Ebenez: If you're working in Africa, or you have a collaborative project in Africa, in the area of biodiversity genomics, this…
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    RT @Jamaticulus: PhD opportunity ASAP at University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Get in touch with the prof if interested. https://t.co/C0hHVGkWSb
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    RT @Pirbright_Inst: We have a #PhD studentship opportunity to uncover how and why #arbovirus infections alter insect physiology and behavio…
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    RT @TSpiresJones: PhD Scholarship opportunity to join us @UKDRI Edinburgh please spread the word!! https://t.co/GIHUKwyYnL
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    RT @WiDS_Worldwide: Calling all high school and college students! The team of WiDS Education Outreach Student Advisors host a Watch Party i…
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    RT @moorejh: More than 50 Long-term effects of COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis https://t.co/XCFX7dQOyK #covid19 #longhauler
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    RT @UCT_Research: Congratulations to the UCT #researchers recognised for their outstanding, impactful work at the @MRCza's SAMRC Scientific…
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    One of our panelist for @WiDS_Africa on 8th March 2021 is Catherine Cress who obtained a PhD in Astrophysics from… https://t.co/JD7iX6fxRZ
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    RT @WHOUganda: The first batch of the #COVID19 vaccines finally arrives in #Uganda. It includes 864,000 doses. Health care providers, sec…
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    RT @NchimunyaTebeka: Recently published work in my research group shows that the Disruption of beta cell acetyl-CoA carboxylase-1 in mice…
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