Just thought our readers might like a heads up. I quote from a recent press release:
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Oregon State University and Cornell University, creators of the Gramene Resource for Comparative Plant Genomics, partner with OpenHelix to offer online training on genomic resources to encourage diversity in science.
The Resource for Comparative Grass Genomics, Gramene, sponsors a Gramene tutorial with us, which is thus free to users. Additionally, Gramene is also sponsoring a program, partially funded by NSF, to open all OpenHelix tutorials to educational institutions serving underrepresented populations. This will give all students, faculty and staff at the institution unlimited access to a wealth of tutorials in our catalog including training on NCBI’s PubMed, Entrez, PlantGDB and over 90 other tutorials on genomic resources. This would be a great opportunity for students and researchers at the applying institution to train on genomics resources!