Do want to learn more about DNA Barcoding?
Are you interested in:
- gaining an understanding of DNA-based species identification and discovery?
- reviewing the historical framework for species identification and learning why DNA barcoding presents an advance in the identification of existing species and discovery of new species?
- exploring barcode workflows and applications in food safety, pest and health management, bio-surveillance, habitat monitoring, ecology, and conservation biology and evolution?
- finding out how DNA barcoding can be turned into relevant classroom experience for your students?
BIO and the University of Guelph offer an 8-week online Introduction to DNA Barcoding distance education program. This international course brings together researchers, educators, government regulatory staff, graduate students, forensic staff, lab technicians, and museum collection staff to teach skills in DNA Barcoding and species identification and discovery.
Sign up and be part of a truly international learning experience that requires around 4-6h/week of your time.
Course Dates: June 1 to July 24, 2015. Registration is open until June 5.