Meetings

Upcoming meetings of interest for the Computational RNA community:

2020

RNA meeting: May 26-31 2020, in Vancouver, Canada. The 25th Annual Meeting of the RNA Society will bring together researchers with interest in RNA biology and will include a bioinformatics and computational modeling hackathon.

Beyond protein: The ever-evolving functions of noncoding RNAs at SMBE: June 28 to July 2 2020, in Quebec city. The goals of this symposium are to highlight current understanding of ncRNA evolution in diverse systems and foster networking and collaboration among RNA and evolutionary biologists. Submissions from scientists at ALL career levels are strongly encouraged!

RNA COSI of ISMB: July 12-16 2020, in Montréal Canada. The RNA community of special interest meeting within the Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology conference will bring together computational and experimental researchers interested in all aspect of RNA biology.

RiboClub : September 20 to 24 2020, in Orford, Québec, Canada.

2019

RNA meeting: June 11-16 2019, in Krakow Poland. The 24th Annual Meeting of the RNA Society will bring together researchers with interest in RNA biology and will include two workshops on computational RNA analysis.

RNA COSI of ISMB: July 24-25 2019, in Basel Switzerland. The RNA community of special interest meeting within the Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology conference will bring together computational and experimental researchers interested in all aspect of RNA biology. More info can be found here. (Speakers at the meeting here)

RNA Informatics : September 9-11 2019, at the Wellcome Genome Campus, UK. This conference will bring together computational researchers with experimentalists interested in non-coding RNA biology.

RiboClub : September 22 to 27 2019, in Orford, Québec, Canada. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the RiboClub, the 2019 meeting will feature 4 Nobel laureates and over 50 featured speakers.

RNA meeting: June 11-16 2019, in Krakow Poland. The 24th Annual Meeting of the RNA Society will bring together researchers with interest in RNA biology and will include two workshops on computational RNA analysis.