Sen-Lin and Pei-Wen, Mongolia_2013
Sen-Lin and Pei-Wen in traditional clothes. The temperature became very low at night in summer.
New faculty of Department of Biology, Tung-Hai University, Dr. Shao-Lun Liu, visited us this Jan.
(Dr. Shao-Lun Liu and Sen-Lin Tang)
Visit Prof. Saman Halgamuge Lab in March 2012
Professor Saman Halgamuge and Sen-Lin Tang, Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Dr. Suhinthan Maheswararajah, Sen-Lin Tang, Dr. Issam Saeed
(from left to right)
Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Research Fellow of the University of Melbourne, Dr. Isaam Saeed (the right one in the photo), visited us. Dr. Saeed is an bioinformatician and develops a robust binning method for sorting metagenomic contigs. We will continue collaboration in bioinfomratic tools of metagenomics.
(Ching-Hung Tseng, Sen-Lin Tang and Dr. Isaam Saeed)
Professor Saman Halgamuge (the most left side) from the University of Melbourne visited our laboratory on December 24, 2011. The photo was taken after a group meeting with Dr. Sen-Lin Tang, Dr. Isaam Saaed (the University of Melbourne), Mr. Ching-Hung Tseng (Ph.D. student), and Mr. Beck Baata (Ph.D. student) (from the left to right).
Professor Saman Halgamuge will give a speech in Academia Sinica on December 23.
時間 Time：2011. 12. 23 Fri. 15: 30
Venue：Auditorium, 1st Floor, Biodiversity Research Center (Former Institute of Zoology)
演講者 Speaker：Dr. Saman Halgamuge
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Melbourne
講題 Title：Learning from Ants, Bees and Fungi: Finding the almost unknown in Biological Data
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Russian colleagues, Dr. Denis Rogozin, Dr. Elena Nemtseva, Dr. Maria Trusova, Mr. Vladimir Zykov, visited between Nov 6-12.
TIGP for BIODIVERSITY programme will be available next year. Welcome to apply the programme. The student accepted will receive a scholarship for living allowance for three years. Any one who is interested in microbes in corals, sponge or marine microbial genomics will be very welcome to contact Dr. Tang. email@example.com. Sending your CV will be more desirable.
Sampling Terpios hoshinota larvae in Green Island (Lyuda) offshore of South-Eastern Taiwan.
The following photos are the marine research station and views outside of the station.
Marine Research Station
Views outside of the station
International Summer Internship student, Ms Cher-Chien Lau. She is a master student from Bioinformatic Lab, Faculty of Biosciences and Bioengineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. She visited us for two months (July and August) and involved with the analysis of coral-associated bacteria using multi-variant statistical methods and data mining methods.
Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica
- No.128, Academia Road, Sec.2, Nankang, Taipei 115, Taiwan
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