Bioinformatics is a multidisciplinary field that bridges the gap between computer science and molecular biology to access, analyze and extract knowledge from multidimensional data.
The CCS develops, validates, and publishes scientific foundations for collaboration-related phenomena and helps organizations to apply these findings to make performance differences that matter.
CMIT is an umbrella for several research, outreach and educational initiatives within the College of IS&T.
CPHi lays the groundwork for integrating existing and emerging health related databases into an easily accessible resource.
NUCIA engages in timely and relevant research, and our interests are as diverse as information assurance is vast.
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