Bioinformatics Review creates a research group on Covid-19
31 March 2020: We created a research group for development of vaccine against Covid-19. Our research has led us to create a theoretical vaccine. We are unable to proceed further due to budget constraints
BiR welcomes dignitaries to its editorial board
07 May 2016: A warm welcome to eminent scientists, researchers and scholars who have joined the editorial board of Bioinformatics Review. We are honoured to have (Drs.) Arun Kumar, Sanjeev Kumar Gupta, Mrinal Das, Shailesh Sharma, Somdutta Saha, Pratibha Pant, Vikrant Sangar, Roopam Sharma, Usha Bharadwaj, Anil Kumar and Jyoti Mishra who are newly inducted into the team. With this expansion, we hope to move forward in this endeavour with a better zeal and motivation.
BiR gets ISSN Number
8 March 2016: BiR has got ISSN 2455-6645 assigned to its Online edition. We thank all our readers, authors and supporters for their encouragement and support.
BiR's Android App Beta version released!
22 December, 2015: Beta version of Bioinformatics Review's Android App has been released. The app is currently in beta testing. Please help us by using this app and providing us your valuable feedback. This app can be downloaded by clicking here.
BiR's first public representation!
29 Nov 2015: BiR made its first public representation at an International Conference on Ecology of Soil Microorganism, Microbes as Important drivers of soil processes” held at Prague, Czech Republic from 29th November to 3rd December 2015. The magazine was represented in the form of poster by Dr. Prashant Pant (Editor-in Chief)
BiR welcomes its new Editor-in-chief
14 Nov 2015: Dr. Prashant Pant, Asst. Professor, Dyal Singh College, University of Delhi has been appointed as the editor in cheif at Bioinformatics Review. Dr. Pant teaches at department of botany, He has an expertise in sequence analysis and NGS data analysis.
BiR is Born
2 Oct 2015: Bioinformatics Review is born with Tariq Abdullah as founder and Muniba Faiza as Founding editor cum co-founder. Co-incidentally it is Gandhi's Jayanti, realizing the Gandhian dream of inculcating scientific temperament.