Genomics Lite is a programme of live webinars to inspire and engage all audiences with genomics.
Genomics Lite provides attendees with the unique opportunity to hear from scientists working across genomics about their work, their job, and their career history. Attendees also have the opportunity to ask questions to the guest speakers. The sessions are run securely on zoom webinar, and are interactive and engaging.
Stay tuned for our next event in September 2023!
All recordings for previous sessions are available below.
How the sessions work
Each live session will give attendees the opportunity to learn more about how genomics is used in a variety of biological fields. Sessions will introduce the topic and highlight the role of genomics, how the topic is researched in the lab, as well as the career journey of the researcher.
Attendees can ask questions throughout the session about the topic and more broadly about working in science.
All sessions will be recorded and made available on our youtube channel shortly after the session.
For more information, see our Genomics Lite FAQ page.
How to book
Genomics Lite sessions will be bookable via our Eventbrite page and open to all, students, teachers and those that just want to learn more about genomics.
Attendees will be emailed a secure Zoom webinar link to the session as well as some optional pre-session resources.
These series have finished, and recordings of the sessions are now available on each page, along with learning resources.
Genomics Lite: T Cells in Focus – May 2022
Genomics Lite: Cancer Mutations in Focus – April 2022
Genomics Lite: Sequencing Malaria in Focus – March 2022
Genomics Lite: Proteins and Evolution in Focus – February 2022
Genomics Lite: The Human Microbiome in Focus – January 2022
Genomics Lite: CRISPR in Focus – November 2021
Genomics Lite: Genomic Surveillance in Focus – October 2021
Genomics Lite: Antimicrobial Resistance in Focus – September 2021
Biodiversity & Evolution Series: June – July 2021
Cancer Research Series: April – May 2021
Human Genetic Variation Series: March 2021
Infectious Diseases Series: January – February 2021
The Human Genome Project Series: November – December 2020