BIO/CSC 295 2009F Bioinformatics

Class 02: What is Bioinformatics? (2)

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Held: Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Summary: We continue our introduction to bioinformatics by exploring a few of the primary articles on the identification of dinosaur DNA.

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Dinosaur DNA, revisited

Vida will be leading this discussion. These are a few thoughts, comments, etc., from Sam.

What is bioinformatics?, Revisited

The joys of interdisciplinarity

Web Exploration

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