Bioinformatics has to deal with managing and using this worldwide distributed data. This involves capturing, warehousing and curating the data, providing operational capability as well as powering scientific discovery through innovative investigations and analyses.
We provide bioinformatics solutions and services that bring data and science together using best in industry tools.
Our work is responsive to particular customer needs, utilises a broad range of skills and resources and is delivered in close working relationships with your experts.
GB is already helping organisations to use bioinformatics data and tools to maximise their competitive advantage.
“The pace of discovery and technological changes made this an exceptionally demanding period,” he says. “I don’t expect to experience anything like it again in my career.”
“We need a step change in bioinformatics to enable better, faster usage of data in science.”
“If the data problem is not addressed, ABI’s SOLiD, 454’s GS FLX, Illumina’s GAII or any of the other deep sequencing platforms will be destined to sit in their air-conditioned rooms like a Stradivarius without a bow.”
“I am determined to do all I can to support the health and scientific sector to unlock the power of DNA.”
“Integrating the latest advances in data science alongside expertise in plant breeding, agronomy and farming systems will be key to unlocking a step-change improvement in UK crop production.”
“We're reaching the point where every genome that can be sequenced will be sequenced.”
“The cause of a rare, inherited, often fatal kidney disease in many patients remained elusive for years, despite multiple attempts to solve the mystery. Then in 2012, a team of researchers cracked some of the unsolved cases in just six weeks.”
“Maximising our use of ‘big data’ in the life sciences is critical for solving some of society’s most pressing problems.”
“Target validation is one of the greatest challenges in drug discovery.”
“In the age of big data, it is critical that we can all make the most of the bioinformatics capacity.”
“Having data that are consistent, reliable, and well linked is one of the biggest challenges facing pharmaceutical R&D.”