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Bioinformatics Review has 15 articles published.

Ph.D. students to be declared “bandhua mazdoor” (bonded labour)

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A Ph.D. degree is considered difficult to get, you have to do a lot of hard work and give up certain things such as social life, friends, health, fun time, and many others. At first, it is quite difficult to get admission in fine universities for a Ph.D. and then after getting one, it is more difficult to survive. Although the Ph.D. degree is awarded for research when you contribute something novel in your field. But the system has made it quite difficult by implicating various criteria such as the number of papers to be at least published and authorship. Continue reading “Ph.D. students to be declared “bandhua mazdoor” (bonded labour)” »

Bioinformatics and programming languages- what do you need to know!

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There are various things which come to mind when someone is going to enter in the field of Bioinformatics and the topmost concern is “Do I need to learn computer languages to pursue my career in Bioinformatics?”. The answer is a bit tricky but it could be both “yes” and “no”. This article will describe the conditions where you need to learn programming languages in Bioinformatics. Continue reading “Bioinformatics and programming languages- what do you need to know!” »

“Congrats! it is a nice work!”

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After a lot of painstakingly-hard work, researchers publish their papers in reputed journals. There is a huge number of journals worldwide. For the same reason, research published in a very small group of journals can be blindly trusted as authentic and well-founded. This is due to mushrooming of predatory journals, which needs to be weeded out by the scientific community.  Continue reading ““Congrats! it is a nice work!”” »

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