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Defining Interacting Regulatory Genes That Define Cell Subtypes - Technology Networks


Technology Networks
“The method has great potential for regenerative medicine when it comes to replacing cell subpopulations that have been lost in the course of disease, for example,” explains Prof. Dr Antonio del Sol, head of the Computational Biology group of the ...

WLU biology department scores big wins at conference - The Steubenville Herald-Star


The Steubenville Herald-Star
Emmy Delekta, 21, of New Cumberland, an ecology, evolution and organismal biology major. ¯ Daniel Meyer, 24, of Glen Dale, W.Va., a graduate student enrolled in the master of science in biology degree program. Only six student posters were selected out ...

Medical school renames Department of Anatomy and Regenerative Biology - GW Hatchet


GW Hatchet
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences renamed the Department of Anatomy and Regenerative Biology to the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, according to a release from the school Tuesday. Sally Moody, the chair of the department, said the ...

Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at ISU

Ames - United States

An Interdisciplinary Graduate Program offering Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BCB) at Iowa State University

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Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Germany

Group at Charit+? Berlin developing algorithms and applications in the field of gene ontology, phenotypic analysis, machine learning and modeling of biological networks, using the tools of linear algebra and graph theory.

India

This facility at the Indian Institute of Technology aims to establish a nodal facility for supercomputing and develop novel scientific methods and new software for genome analysis.

Index of Computational Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics Courses
United States

Listing of computational molecular biology course pages that have extensive online course materials.

Bioinformatics and Computational Biosciences Unit
United States

Home page for Georgetown University bioinformatics group.

United States

Research at BCCL at Virginia Commonwealth University is focused on the Cryptosporidium hominis genome sequencing project.

Workshop on Computational Biology
Germany

Workshop on advanced methods in computational biology ranging from molecules to ecosystems with a particular focus on metagenomics. Cancun, Mexico.

PLOS Computational Biology
United States

PLOS Computational Biology is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal published monthly by PLOS as an official journal of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). PLOS Computational Biology is run by an international Editorial Board, headed by the Editor-in-Chief, Ruth Nussinov (National Cancer Institute and Tel Aviv University, Frederick, MD, USA and Tel Aviv, Israel). PLOS Computational Biology features works of exception

Computational Systems Biology
United States

Swarm knoweldge is the aggregate conduct of decentralized, self-sorted out frameworks, normal or counterfeit. The idea is utilized in deal with manmade brainpower. Frameworks comprise regularly of a populace of basic operators or boids associating by regional standards with each other and with their surroundings. The motivation frequently originates from nature, particularly organic frameworks. The operators take after exceptionally basic standar

Computational Biology Group
United Kingdom

University of Leeds, Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine. Our group is part of the Experimental Therapeutics Section at the Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Leeds. Our current research topics include: Structure-based analysis of protein interfaces. Rational design of peptide inhibitors. In silico drug screening. Collaborative projects with experimental labs.

Theoretical and Computational Biology Group
United Kingdom

The Theoretical and computational biology group at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge is headed by Cyrus Chothia. The group has a strong interest in genome analysis and protein structure.