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Bioinformatics in Social Media
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The number of communities and repositories dedicated to Bioinformatics is rapidly growing so finding relevant resources takes more and more time and efforts. Webicina selected only relevant social media resources for You.

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Bioinformatics Community Sites, FaceBook Groups and Forums



Community Sites and Forums


Bioinformatics Organization


  • Description: "The Bioinformatics Organization, Inc. serves the scientific and educational needs of bioinformatic practitioners and the general public."
  • Quality: "We develop and maintain computational resources to facilitate world-wide communications and collaborations between people of all educational and professional levels. We provide and promote open access to the materials and methods required for, and derived from, research, development and education."

Bioinformatics Organization

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International Society for Computational Biology


  • Description: "The leading professional society for the new era of computational biology."
  • Quality: The International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) serves over 2500 members from nearly 70 countries around the world by addressing scientific policies, providing access to high quality publications, organizing meetings, and serving as a portal to information about training, education, employment and news from related fields.

International Society for Computational Biology

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BioPlanet


  • Description: Bioinformatics forums.
  • Quality: Almost 11.000 members, more than 9.000 posts.

BioPlanet

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Molecular Station - Bioinformatics Forum


  • Description: Bioinformatics discusson forum.
  • Quality: "The Molecular Station Forum is a ground for discussion of many research areas of study and a place where you can ask and find help from experts in the fields."

Molecular Station

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BioForum - Bioinformatics and Biostatistics


  • Description: "Science and biology method and troubleshooting forums."
  • Quality: "The Method Discussion Forums are interactive forums for discussions on molecular biology, cell biology, immunology, microbiology, proteomics and bioinformatics. These forums are highly active and attract researchers from around the world."

BioForum Bioinformatics

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EMBnet


  • Description: "EMBnet is a science-based group of collaborating nodes throughout Europe and a number of nodes outside Europe. The combined expertise of the nodes allows EMBnet to provide services to the European molecular biology community which encompasses more than can be provided by a single node. This site gives an overview of the organization and of it's members. It provides the visitors with news of the EMBnet community and new links related to bioinformatics. It also combines the services available on the nodes and publishes EMBnet.news, the letter devoted to provide information about what is happening at the national and special nodes."
  • Quality: "Since its creation in 1988, EMBnet has evolved from an informal network of individuals in charge of maintaining biological databases into the only organization world-wide bringing bioinformatics professionals to work together to serve the expanding fields of genetics and molecular biology."

 EMBnet

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FaceBook Groups


Facebook is a free social networking site where users can join groups. In these groups, members can post messages, interact with others or find relevant content. A few of the numerous bioinformatics groups:




Bioinformatics


  • Description and content: "Bioinformatics is a combination of Computer Science, Information Technology and Genetics to determine and analyse genetic information... Bioinformatics is the future of the Life Sciences! For anyone who studies, has studied or just likes it. Oh and we all love phylogenetics too."

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Open Source Medicine


  • Description and content: "Open source bioinformatics, hardware development, software development, wetware development. Synthetic biology. Copyleft for genome data. Longevity research. Regenerative medicine. Virtual doctors for developing nations. Index of conflicts of interests. Cost comparison. International best practices."

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Genetic Algorithms Ga Programming


  • Description and content: "Bioinformatics and computational biology involve the use of techniques including applied mathematics, informatics, statistics, computer science, artificial intelligence, chemistry, and biochemistry to solve biological problems usually on the molecular level. Research in computational biology often overlaps with systems biology."

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Biomedical Engineering


  • Description and content: "As a relatively new discipline, much of the work in biomedical engineering consists of research and development, covering an array of fields: bioinformatics, medical imaging, image processing, physiological signal processing, biomechanics, biomaterials and bioengineering, systems analysis, 3-D modeling, etc."

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European Bioinformatics Institute Staff


  • Description and content: "Group for staff and alumni of the EBI. General chat and networking"

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