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Generating hypotheses and insights for writing grants and publications
This webinar series highlights the power of biological context and curated information to generate hypotheses and insights for your grant or publication submissions – whether you have experimental data or not.

Nov 24: How to create hypotheses and insights when you have no data of your own
Nov 26: How to quickly analyze and make sense of your experimental data

Invest 1 hour with us on each of these two days and learn how to:

•Query a vast collection of curated literature and 'omics data
•Understand how molecules are related to phenotypes/functions
•Contextualize results by comparing them to internal and public data
•Predict regulators that may be causing your gene expression changes
•…and much more!

Whether you have rich datasets or no data at all, we have a solution with the depth and breadth that you need.

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