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= Proteomics Academy =
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= Proteomics Academy by EuBIC and EuPA =
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The Proteomics Academy is an education platform of the [http://eupa.org European Proteomics Association (EuPA)]. We organize training events throughout Europe and provide as many of the used training materials on this website.
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The Proteomics Academy is an education platform created by the the [http://www.eupa.org/ European Proteomics Association (EuPA)] educational committee and the [http://www.proteomics-academy.org European Bioinformatics Community (EuBIC)] initiative to foster exchange of knowledge on proteomics. We organize training events throughout Europe and provide as many of the used training materials on this website.
  
 
People involved in the European Proteomics Academy including scientific advisory board and the education committee can be found [[European Proteomics Academy:People|here]].
 
People involved in the European Proteomics Academy including scientific advisory board and the education committee can be found [[European Proteomics Academy:People|here]].
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The [[Educational Videos]] section provides the entry point to all educational videos found on this site.
 
The [[Educational Videos]] section provides the entry point to all educational videos found on this site.
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== Protocols ==
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You will find in this section a selection of protocols to prime your experiments.
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The [[Protocols]] section provides the entry point to all protocols found on this site.
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== Young Proteomics Investigator Club (YPIC) ==
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YPIC is a
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sister organization of EuBIC. We support all young proteomics researchers in
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their career development. We want
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to represent all the extra-scientific aspects of being a young scientist.
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You can find a glimpse of
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our activities on [https://www.facebook.com/EuYPIC facebook.com/EuYPIC]. You are more than welcome to become a
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free member here and think along with us by filling out our survey.
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And we have a challenge
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too: a protein encoding an English sentenced, expressed in E. coli! 

Latest revision as of 21:58, 8 February 2018

Proteomics Academy by EuBIC and EuPA

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The Proteomics Academy is an education platform created by the the European Proteomics Association (EuPA) educational committee and the European Bioinformatics Community (EuBIC) initiative to foster exchange of knowledge on proteomics. We organize training events throughout Europe and provide as many of the used training materials on this website.

People involved in the European Proteomics Academy including scientific advisory board and the education committee can be found here.


Courses

The EuPA organizes proteomics courses through Europe.

The EuPA:Courses section provides a complete list of courses.


Tutorials

You will find in this section a selection of online free tutorials to learn more about proteomics.

The Tutorials section provides the entry point to all tutorials found on this site.


Educational Videos

You will find in this section a selection of online videos to learn more about proteomics.

The Educational Videos section provides the entry point to all educational videos found on this site.

Protocols

You will find in this section a selection of protocols to prime your experiments.

The Protocols section provides the entry point to all protocols found on this site.

Young Proteomics Investigator Club (YPIC)

YPIC is a sister organization of EuBIC. We support all young proteomics researchers in their career development. We want to represent all the extra-scientific aspects of being a young scientist.

You can find a glimpse of our activities on facebook.com/EuYPIC. You are more than welcome to become a free member here and think along with us by filling out our survey.

And we have a challenge too: a protein encoding an English sentenced, expressed in E. coli!