Species Identification Made Easy
Explore DNA Barcoding, PCR, next generation sequencing and environmental DNA (eDNA), to monitor biodiversity and obtain precise species identification, authentication and traceability through online courses developed by the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics at the University of Guelph.
- MetaBarcoding – November 12 to December 9, 2018
- DNA Barcoding: Standard Operating Workflows – January 14 to February 24, 2019
- Regulatory and Forensic Applications of DNA Barcoding – March 4 to April 14, 2019
- Introduction to DNA Barcoding – Fall 2019
Who Should Take These Courses?
Researchers, educators, government regulatory staff, graduate students, forensic staff, lab technicians, museum collection staff, and related fields will gain practical knowledge and skills in DNA Barcoding and species identification and discovery.
Visit the Registration page for course fees, dates and the registration form. Take advantage of the early bird registration fee – register 30 days in advance.
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The online course is available to anyone interested in DNA barcoding.
The online course is offered several times each year.
Contact us for more information or find links to Biodiversity of Ontario DNA Barcoding