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News and Featured Events from the Group: Now see @bartongrp and @gjbarton on twitter for the most up to date news!


We now post most news on twitter so please follow @bartongrp for group announcements and see Geoff's tweets for more comments on: @gjbarton.

5th Feb 2014: Welcome to Suzanne Duce

Dr Suzanne Duce joined us today to work as outreach and training officer on Jalview and our other resources.

4th Jan 2014: New Look site with videos

4th Jan 2014: New look Barton Group website finally appears!

4th Jan 2014: New GenomeScroller compilation video.

16th Dec 2013: Video of CTIR building atrium under construction

A walk through the new atrium or "Street" of the CTIR Building. This space is between the Wellcome Trust Building and the CTIR building.

16th Dec 2013: Video of CTIR Building Level 2 which will be home to the Division of Computational Biology

A tour of the new space for the Division of Computational Biology. The tour includes view of some offices, breakout rooms and the main open-plan office. We will be moving in during 2014.

17th June 2013: Hollywood Actor and Rector of the University of Dundee Brian Cox Opens the GSU

Chris Cole and Brian Cox Chris Cole from the group is centre stage as Hollywood Actor Brian Cox famous for X-men-2, Troy, the Bourne Identity,Braveheart, Manhunter and many other movies, opens our new Genomic Sequencing Unit.

The GSU led by Melanie Febrer sequenced Brian's genome and Chris analysed his SNPs associated with diabetes and eczema.

See the press release for details and here for copies of the articles in the Courier, Scotsman and Herald newspapers!

April 2013: Visit to the new CTIR Building under construction

Our visit to the building site that is the new CTIR building where we will move in early 2014. Images by David Martin here. More stills and video by Geoff Barton. We should be moving in in early 2014.

You can see more details about our exciting new building - the Centre for Translational and Interdisciplinary Research!

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