Bioinformatics and E-science Programme II

Deadline: 10/10/2003
August 11, 2003

BBSRC has allocated up to £11 million to support a Bioinformatics and e-Science Initiative that builds on the existing priorities of genomics, structural biology, dynamic processes in cells and biodiversity and extends into the areas of Integrative Biology and Proteomics. Multidisciplinary applications of up to 5-years’ duration are invited.

Details here
Contact: Alison Sheal
Address: Molecular and Cell Biology Branch
Science and Technology Group
BBSRC
Polaris House
North Star Avenue
Swindon SN2 1UH

Telephone: 01793 413379
Fax: 01793 413234
Email: alison.sheal@bbsrc.ac.uk

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