Skip to 0 minutes and 9 seconds Research into bacterial genomes have been revolutionised by computer programmes. These programmes are in constant development, keeping up with the growing demands of researchers and technology. My name is Dr. Anna Protasio. I’m Dr. Christine Boinett. And I am Professor Pablo Tsukayama. Here at the Wellcome Sanger Institute, alongside collaborators from around the world, bioinformatitians and researchers work together to deliver the best tools for genome analysis. In this course, you’ll learn one of these tools called Artemis, an open-source genome browser that’s specially designed for bacterial genomes and their annotations. Together, we’ll explore the different functions in Artemis and unlock the features so that we can better understand the biology of the organism. You will learn through a combination of articles, screencasts, and interviews.
Skip to 0 minutes and 54 seconds You will join in productive discussions, sharing your findings and ideas with other learners. And together, we’ll be working on a real research problem. Join us in this new adventure, when we find out what lies behind bacterial genomes.