What is Bioinformatics?
Modern biology and medicine are generating huge amounts of data about life’s processes at the molecular level that cannot be processed without the help of Bioinformatics. The synergy between Bioinformatics and biomedical data is a key for generating new clinical and biological knowledge about living systems and developing effective strategies to enhance human health and fight diseases. Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary field that develops analytic methodologies and pipelines for analyzing and interpreting modern large-scale biological data using knowledge and techniques from computer science, statistics, mathematics and biology. Bioinformaticians research, develop, and apply computational tools and approaches for analyzing, and thus expanding, the use of biological, medical, behavioral, and health data. Read more >>
We use a multidisciplinary approach to make the complex data of life sciences more understandable and useful. Not only are we creating workers for highly desirable businesses, we are also contributing to both basic science and clinical applications. The next generation of bioinformatics pioneers are here, mining and interpreting biological data for a host of applications – medical, environmental, plant sciences, animal sciences, and more!