Computational Biology Facility
Omics technologies are playing a significant and increasing role in Life Sciences research and as these technologies advance so does data complexity. Tackling Big Data in research requires a highly specialised level of computing and statistical expertise.
The Computational Biology Facility seeks to remove the informatics bottleneck in the omics pipeline by offering bioinformatics services ranging from large scale analysis, such as full systems biology investigations to smaller scale and bespoke services including software and databases solutions.
Whether you are looking to make the most of your data, improve a grant application or access training in a particular bioinformatics area we are here to help.
Get to know our team and their work by visiting our website.
WATCH: Prof Falciani and Prof Jones talk about the Computational Biology Facility: