Bioinformatics (BIOIN)

The research at the Bioinformatics division is focused on development of methods to analyse and understand biological data.

Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary research area combining physics, chemistry, and biology with computer science, statistics, and mathematics.

At the unit of Theoretical chemistry, headed by Bo Durbeej, research is carried out with the aim to solve a variety of chemical problems with methods rooted in quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics.

Research at Bioinformatics division

Doctoral education

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