Computational Biology & Bioinformatics

Computational Biology & Bioinformatics

The study of biological data using information techniques is known as bioinformatics. Bioinformatics is a branch of computer science that combines computer programming, mathematics algorithms, and statistics with concepts from biology to tackle biological problems. It organises data in an electronic format and makes it easier to detect patterns that indicate connections between cellular components. These data mining techniques are used to generate hypotheses and model explanations for observable occurrences. The practise of formalising these models in a computable framework in order to use them for prediction and to assess the compatibility of the hypotheses with past observations is known as computational biology.

  • Primer designing
  • Sequence similarity
  • Protein modelling
  • Genome analysis
  • Proteomics
  • Transcriptomics
  • Phytochemistry
Committee Members
Speaker at PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 2022 - Benigno Villalon

Benigno Villalon

Texas A & M University, United States
Speaker at PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 2022 - Mohammad Babadoost

Mohammad Babadoost

University Of Illinois, United States
Speaker at PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 2022 - Manuel Tornel Martinez

Manuel Tornel Martinez

IMIDA & ITUM, Spain
2022 Speakers Speakers
Speaker at PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 2022 - Jose Palacios

Jose Palacios

The University of Melbourne, Australia
Speaker at PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 2022 - Majda Ortan

Majda Ortan

Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia
Speaker at PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 2022 - Subhash C Minocha

Subhash C Minocha

University of New Hampshire, United States
Speaker at PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 2022 - Anna Cedro

Anna Cedro

University Of Szczecin, Poland

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