Bioinformatics : a New Field in Engineering Education

@inproceedings{Hughey2001BioinformaticsA,
  title={Bioinformatics : a New Field in Engineering Education},
  author={Richard Hughey and Kevin Karplus},
  year={2001}
}
Bioinformatics is a new engineering field poorly served by traditional engineering curricula. Bioinformatics can be defined in several ways, but the emphasis is always on the use of computer and statistical methods to understand biological data, such as the voluminous data produced by high-throughput biological experimentation including gene sequencing and gene chips. As the demand has outpaced the supply of bioinformaticians, the UCSC School of Engineering is establishing undergraduate and… CONTINUE READING

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