Mobilizing Undergraduate Students to Develop Practical Bioinformatics Databases and Analysis Tools for Biologists

@inproceedings{Dong2015MobilizingUS,
  title={Mobilizing Undergraduate Students to Develop Practical Bioinformatics Databases and Analysis Tools for Biologists},
  author={Qunfeng Dong},
  year={2015}
}
Despite the rapid advances in bioinformatics in recent decades, the development of computational software suitable for practical use still lags significantly behind the growing demand from biologists. Often this is due not to the technical challenges of software development, but rather to a serious shortage of developers available to write the software. Although the number of bioinformatics graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and full-time staff has been increasing, this has not been… Expand

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