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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Biological Informatics

A Subject Tracer™ Information Blog developed and created by Internet expert, author, keynote speaker and consultant Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. for monitoring biological informatics (health informatics, neuroinformatics, biodiversity informatics and biomolecular informatics resources and sites on the Internet.

This blog page has a good, comprehensive listing of very handy useful bio web resource sites, the blog is divided into the following categories:

BIOLOGICAL INFORMATICS
HEALTH INFORMATICS (Medical Informatics)
NEUROINFORMATICS (NI)
BIODIVERSITY INFORMATICS (BDI)
BIOMOLECULAR INFORMATICS (BioInformatics)
Online Tools and Web Applications
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Life Science and Informatics

What is this?
is this a new industry?
or a old wine in a new bottle?

Well Life Sciences and Informatics can be anything form computational biology, all omes and omics, core bioinformatics to curation and literature mining, database creation, in the area of biology, chemistry , bio-chem space.

There are number of companies in India and bangalore is the forefront as a major bio-cluster with 20 to 30 companies in this sphere.

now how good are these companies doing?
how good are they in terms of the international markets and how profitable is their business?
what do they do?
their clients?

These are some interesting things that could be discussed in this blog page...

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