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Topic in Depth - Bioinformatics

Computational molecular biology, which now is commonly called bioinformatics, draws on mathematics and computer science to inform research in biology. In this folder, you'll find informational and educational sites alike to explore the topic of bioinformatics. ...
Biocomputing in a Nutshell
This website, written by Ulf Reimer and Georg Fuellen and presented by the University of Bielefeld in Germany, offers a broad introduction to bioinformatics. ...
BIO2010: Transforming...
This document provides the full text (26 pages in pdf) of a 2003 report from the National Research Council outlining some of the contributions of...
Open Bioinformatics Foundation
Researchers can share their open source code software on websites such as this one from the Open Bioinformatics Foundation. Here, visitors can find...
Bioinformatics Links Directory
Search this Web directory from the University of British Columbia to find everything from the genome of the SARS virus to basic guidelines and tools. The site...
European Bioinformatics Institute
Some interesting research projects are described on this website from the European Bioinformatics Institute. The site offers a number of data resources on...
Bioethics.net: The American...
Sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Bioethics, this Website offers information and news related to bioethics (also called Medical Ethics)...



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