Portal:Genomics and Bioinformatics
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Department Goals[edit | edit source]
The Department of Bioinformatics invites students to use its resources to develop understanding and push forward the boundaries of using computative technologies to research genetics.
Department news[edit | edit source]
June 12th 2012 - is the Department of Genomics and Bioinformatics opening day!
Department Resources[edit | edit source]
This department will cooperate with other departments in sharing learning resources, such as computers, servers, workstations, databases, etc.
Learning materials[edit | edit source]
- Sequence alignment exercises:
US Resources[edit | edit source]
Libraries in U.K.[edit | edit source]
- British Library and its Science and Technology Collections, which includes science and technology oral history collections such as An Oral History of British Science
- Cogprints Archive
- Darwin: Complete Works Online, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, Cambridge
- interactiveexhibits.org, Reference directory of interactive science exhibits
- Darwin Correspondence Project, Cambridge University. Publishing Darwin's letters.
- IEE Library containing the notebooks of Michael Faraday.
- John Rylands Library, University of Manchester including archives of material from Marie Stopes, the Jodrell Bank Radio Telescope, John Dalton and The Guardian. The Partingdon collection includes the works of Michael Faraday and Humphry Davy.
- Mass Observation Archive writing by ordinary people about everyday life in Britain.
- National Archives at Kew and their 'Inventors and inventions' exhibition.
- National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists Bath University. See its guide.
- Royal Intitution Archives and Collections including the works and apparatus of Humphry Davy, Michael Faraday, John Tyndall, James Dewar, William Bragg, Lawrence Bragg and George Porter.
- Royal Society Archive and Library A comprehensive collection of 18th and 19th century scientific journals, with current journals in science policy and the history of science.
- Museum Library, London. A research library for the history and public understanding of the physical sciences and all branches of engineering.
- Wellcome Photographic Library Covering the history of medicine and the history of human culture from the earliest periods of civilization to the present.
- The Wellcome Library For the History of Medicine. One of the world's greatest collections of books, manuscripts, archives, films and paintings on the history of medicine. In addition it has an extensive collection on science communication and public engagement with science.