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What is bioinformatics?
What are the origins of bioinformatics?
What are the most common bioinformatics programs?
What are the most common bioinformatics technologies?
How are data analyzed in bioinformatics?
What is biophysics?
What is computational biology?
What is medical informatics?
What is cheminformatics?
What is genomics?
What is mathematical biology?
What is proteomics?
What is pharmacogenomics?
What is pharmacogenetics?
Books: Can you recommend any bioinformatics books?
See this article.
Centers of bioinformatics activity: Where is bioinformatics done?
Genome Web at the Rosalind Franklin Centre for Genomics Research at the Genome Campus near Cambridge, UK, provides some of the links below.
Virtual centers for bioinformatics activity
Online resources: What bioinformatics websites are there?
General information websites
Collections of tools
Education: Where can I study bioinformatics?
Below are complete, full-time degree programmes rather than on individual study modules. You can go to other places, however, if you are looking for short courses. Rockefeller has a list that is mirrored at various other sites. ICSB also maintains a list.
Those wanting to find programmes in the Asia Pacific region could have a look at this resource maintained by the Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Network APBioNet.
In the UK The Bioinformatics Resource (part of the BBSRC's CCP11 project) project maintains (among many other resources) lists of (mainly) British Masters and PhDs in bioinformatics.
Distance or correspondence courses
Careers: How can I become a bioinformatics practitioner?
This section includes some simple rules-of-thumb to apply when performing common bioinformatics tasks.
Finding a sequence
Aligning two sequences
Predicting the functions of a gene
Predicting the structure of a sequence
Simulating a biomolecule
Glossary of bioinformatics terms
Here are some common terms in bioinformatics: