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Bioinformatics is the application of information techniques for the storage, retrieval, and analysis of large quantities of biological data.
Myriad Genetics awarded a $14.2 million contract for AIDS and hepatitis research

Myriad Genetics awarded a $14.2 million contract for AIDS and hepatitis research

ASU and Mayo Clinic collaborate on a new joint nursing program

ASU and Mayo Clinic collaborate on a new joint nursing program

New £18M Medical Research Council facility

New £18M Medical Research Council facility

Discovery of a gene-expression signature common to distinct types of cancer

Discovery of a gene-expression signature common to distinct types of cancer

Australia's CSIRO to exhibit major display at the world's largest biotechnology conference

Australia's CSIRO to exhibit major display at the world's largest biotechnology conference

Understanding focal adhesion kinase (FAK) may lead to new cancer treatments

Understanding focal adhesion kinase (FAK) may lead to new cancer treatments

Computer program to predict where DNA molecules will pop open when twisted

Computer program to predict where DNA molecules will pop open when twisted

Howard Hughes Medical Institute is awarding $49.7 million in science grants

Howard Hughes Medical Institute is awarding $49.7 million in science grants

Computers to combat disease

Computers to combat disease

Study shows those with weak immune systems should avoid the shower

Study shows those with weak immune systems should avoid the shower

New survey on the U.S. market for synthetic oligonucleotides

New survey on the U.S. market for synthetic oligonucleotides

Fatty acid pathway, glucose produce triacetic acid lactone

Fatty acid pathway, glucose produce triacetic acid lactone

Bionomics files novel angiogenesis genes patent

Bionomics files novel angiogenesis genes patent

Joint Research Collaboration to Predict 3-D Protein Structures and Support Drug Discovery

Joint Research Collaboration to Predict 3-D Protein Structures and Support Drug Discovery

A debate over the origins of what is sometimes called "junk" DNA has been settled

A debate over the origins of what is sometimes called "junk" DNA has been settled

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