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The Scottish Bioinformatics Forum merges with Nexxus
Date: 6th June 2011
SBF merges with Nexxus
Date: 17th July 2008
Fios Genomics is a new bioinformatics service in Scotland, offering an extensive portfolio of analyses.
Protein-protein interaction prediction server released
Date: 9th May 2008
The PIPS server presents predictions of protein-protein interactions for all human proteins performed by the method of Scott and Barton
Collaboration between Dundee and St Andrews Universities produces TarO protein sequence analysis system
Date: 19th March 2008
TarO is useful to any scientist who would like to find out more about their favourite protein sequence.
SBF becomes part of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Date: 21st December 2007
We are pleased to announce that the Scottish Bioinformatics Forum (SBF) has become a project of the RSE Scotland Foundation of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), and has moved into the RSE offices in George Street, Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Researchers Recreate Human Metabolism to Develop Better Drugs
Date: 29th November 2007
A group in Edinburgh, led by Professor Igor Goryanin, has developed a comprehensive reconstruction of human metabolism, the Edinburgh Metabolic Human Network (EMHN).