Bio-informatics is the professional field in which computer and information technology is used to collect, store, share, analyse, interpret and disseminate data from biomedical and/or biological research.

The main subcategories of this specialisation are: genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics (including protein modelling, structures and functions), metabolomics and the integration of data from these areas. Bio-informaticians are employed to conduct biological and biomedical research in scientific institutions and in companies in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food and plant-breeding industries.

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