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New Year, New Course: Bioinformatics

A new year, and with it the start of a new course. This time I will be studying bioinformatics, which is an interdisciplinary field that utilizes computer programming to analyze and interpret biological data, especially genomic data. The reason I … Continue reading

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First task of the year: My home exam experience

The final assignment we had for the Genome Analysis course was a home exam. Of course, because of the nature of this type of test —opportunity to look for information online, our textbook, and to consult with our classmates— the … Continue reading

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Quick note: application for the spring period courses

After receiving the good news that you’ve been accepted into the master’s program, you probably think that that’s the last time you are going to have mingle with the University Admissions system. Actually, though, that’s not quite so. Even if … Continue reading

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Studying Animal Science at SLU Part 2

Hej hej! I am back with the second part of my “Studying Animal Science at SLU” post. If you want to read the first part please click here. First course! Animal Science – a scientific approach The very first course … Continue reading

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Studying Animal Science at SLU Part 1

Hej hej! With the start of autumn, the end of my first course at the Animal Science master program is coming closer. After this two-month experience, I decided that now I have enough information to talk about how is it … Continue reading

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Visit to Lövsta

Lövsta is a livestock research center linked to SLU where a considerable amount of livestock-related research projects have been developed. This facility counts with an area dedicated to dairy cows, another for pigs and a third one for poultry. If … Continue reading

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