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Leading the future and learning from your elders: experimental ecology and ‘the omics’ for emerging bioinformaticians

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The excitement generated by the ‘omics-revolution’ has opened the door for new and innovative research. Whilst bioinformatics is advancing many fields such as pathology, microbial ecology, agriculture and medicine, there is room for researchers new to bioinformatics to take some important lessons from a much older field; ecology.

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Bioinformatics Review (BiR): Bridging Between The Two Worlds

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Informatics and Biology are two sciences which are as different from each other as possible. One runs on the core concept of variation and another on strict reasoning. But still, these two have combined in a most natural way under the realm of “Bioinformatics”. For a biologist today it’s difficult to imagine a world without all biological databases and further no branch to decipher the huge enigma that it brings. Bioinformatics Review (BiR) journal is a platform to discover the latest happenings in this melting pot of two varied fields. Continue reading “Bioinformatics Review (BiR): Bridging Between The Two Worlds” »

Editorial, Looking forward and beyond

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It’s all warm in BiR as we are inching towards next-to-next big hit with passionate and selfless efforts. The team has been up-regulated for its responsibility and assignment, assuring high-quality content and superfine bioinformatics news to keep you restlessly-looking-forward to the next issue. Continue reading “Editorial, Looking forward and beyond” »

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