Argo in Education

The Argo Genome Browser is an excellent learning tool and has been used in a number of bioinformatics courses.

If you are considering using Argo for a course you are teaching, have a look at the course web sites below, which provide detailed descriptions of how Argo was used to illustrate fundamental concepts in computational biology.

  1. Harvard School of Public Health: An Introduction to Computational Genomics for Infectious Disease (Winter 2006)
  2. Kansas State University: Introduction to Genome Bioinformatics

Please contact us if you are using argo in a course and would like us to link to the web site here.


Last Updated: March 30 2007
Contact: Reinhard Engels
argo-support@broad.mit.edu