By Robert Pool
The aim of this workshop used to be to compile bioinformatics stake holders from executive, academe, and for an afternoon of displays and discussion. Fifteen specialists pointed out and mentioned the most vital concerns raised via the present flood of biologic info. issues explored integrated the significance of database curation, database integration and interoperability, consistency and criteria in terminology, mistakes prevention and correction, information provenance, ontology, the significance of protecting privateness, info mining, and the necessity for extra desktop scientists with distinctiveness education in bioinformatics. even though formal conclusions and suggestions won't come from this actual workshop, many insights will be gleaned in regards to the way forward for this box, from the context of the discussions and displays defined here.
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