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Annual Scientific Report 2015

EMBL_EBI_ASR_2015_DigitalEdition

Annual Scientific Report

The European Bioinformatics Institute . Cambridge Annual Scientific Report 2015 Digital Edition

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  • Page 32 and 33: Training Rapid changes in life-scie
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    Growth of Core Resources On an aver

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    Scientific Collaborations We work w

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    Our Staff in 2015 We are proud to r

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    Scientific Advisory Committees Arra

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    Scientific Advisory Committees Lite

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    Protein Data Bank in Europe PDBe is

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    Publications in 2015 EMBL is proud

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    Publications in 2015 076. Fu G, Bat

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    Publications in 2015 154. Mak L, Ma

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    Publications in 2015 230. Scialdone

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    Techno Science I Steven N SERVICE T

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    European Nucleotide Archive Our tea

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    Vertebrate Genomics The Vertebrate

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    Genome Analysis The Genome Analysis

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    Vertebrate Annotation The Vertebrat

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    Genomics Technology Infrastructure

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    Non-vertebrate Genomics High-throug

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    Variation Archive Genetic variation

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    Functional Genomics The Functional

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    Functional Genomics Development Our

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    Gene Expression The Gene Expression

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    Sequence Families The Sequence Fami

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    Protein Function Development The wo

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    Protein Function Content One of the

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    Protein Data Bank in Europe The Pro

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    PDBe Content and Integration PDBe a

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    ChEMBL Drug discovery is more costl

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    Cheminformatics and Metabolism Our

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    Proteomic Services The Proteomics S

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    Molecular Interactions The Molecula

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    Literature Services The EMBL-EBI Li

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    Samples, Phenotypes and Ontologies

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    EMBL-EBI Training Programme EMBL-EB

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    The EMBL International PhD Programm

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    Beltrao Group Evolution of Cellular

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    Birney Group Nucleotide Data DNA se

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    Enright Group Functional Genomics a

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    Goldman Group Evolutionary Tools fo

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    Marioni Group Computational and Evo

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    Saez-Rodriguez Group Systems Biomed

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    Stegle Group Statistical Genomics &

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    Teichmann Group Gene Expression Reg

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    Thornton Group Proteins: Structure,

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    Industry Programme The EMBL-EBI Ind

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    Web Development The Web Development

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    Systems and Networking The Systems

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    Systems Applications The Systems Ap

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