If you are anything close to what I was about a year ago in the field of genome assembly - (an 'olodo' meaning I didn't know anything), then this webinar may be good for you. Of course, this is only for people whose research have anything to do with assemblies and bioinformatics. See an invite from Nick Oswald below:
You're invited to join us for a webinar this Wednesday on DNA assembly methods—including design and helpful software tools.
who: Dr. Nathan Hillson, Director of Synthetic Biology Informatics at the Joint BioEnergy Institute
when: Wednesday, Nov 15 4PM London, 11AM Boston, 8AM San Diego
Here's what will be discussed
* How flanking homology DNA assembly methods work
* How to use web-based software to design experimental methods for flanking homology DNA assembly methods
* How synthetic DNA fragments fit in to the DNA assembly process