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Bioinformatics Market to Surge with an Impressive CAGR of 20.4% by 2020

Globally, rising R&D expenditures and rising number of research activities has increased the demand for bioinformatics in the market. As a result, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of about 20.4% from 2014 – 2020…. Read Post

Global Bioinformatics Market Expected to Grow to $95.5B by 2025

The Global Bioinformatics market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 25.45% over the forecast period of 2016–2025, with market revenue expected to rise from $12.465 billion in 2016 to $95.365 billion by 2025, according to the research firm, ReportBuyer.

The fact that bioinformatics has emerged as a key tool for drug discovery processes due to its high throughput screening, aided by recent advancements in proteomics and genomics, is largely responsible for driving the global market. In addition, the various initiatives undertaken by government coupled with developments in the IT sector are helping propel the market growth… Read Post

Bioinformatics to Help Understand Intrinsically Disordered Proteins

Proteins are the building blocks of life and biological agents. They are drivers of growth and development and the spread of viruses and bacteria, and have key roles in disease pathways and virtually all cellular functions. As scientists gain knowledge about proteins, the mechanisms behind biological mysteries are revealed…       Read Post

An Explosion Of Bioinformatics Careers

Big data is everywhere, and its influence and practical omnipresence across multiple industries will just continue to grow. For life scientists with expertise and an interest in bioinformatics, computer science, statistics, and related skill sets, the job outlook couldn’t be rosier. Big pharma, biotech, and software companies are clamoring to hire professionals with experience in bioinformatics and the identification, compilation, analysis, and visualization of huge amounts of biological and health care information. With the rapid development of new tools to make sense of life science research and outcomes, spurred by innovative research in bioinformatics itself, scientists who are entranced by data can pursue more career options than ever before. By Alaina G. LevineRead Post

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