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  • n. Plural form of bioinformaticist.


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  • But bioinformaticists are concerned by the sheer number that cannot find the money to provide an ongoing service.

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  • "The real power of this pipeline is that it is so long; extending from plant ecologists and environmental scientists, to plant breeders and molecular biologists, to analytical chemists and enzymologists, to bioinformaticists, to plant cell wall structure experts," Davis said. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Ingenuity Systems is a leading provider of information solutions and custom services for life science researchers, computational biologists and bioinformaticists, and life science industry suppliers.

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  • I should have mentioned bioinformaticists up there in the laundry list. what's new online!

  • To improve their hunt for the function of new genes, bioinformaticists are building new programs.

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  • This method works pretty well, and bioinformaticists (please! find a better name!) programs to search databases for good matches between genes.

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  • The room's population is highly enriched in bioinformaticists, computational biologists and open-science advocates, so if those are interests of yours then you'll find the discussions especially interesting.


  • This is an important point for aspiring bioinformaticists to remember.

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  • Nevertheless, I would like to have good answers for the future bioinformaticists and instructors who ask me what kinds of languages and subjects to study or teach.

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  • "The bio-computing thrust at SC09 is a critically important program of events for computational biologists, bioinformaticists and biologists who seek to understand the newest solutions in bio-centric computing, storage and networking," said Peg Folta, division leader within Computing Applications and Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and head of the SC09 Bio-Computing Thrust Area.

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