In a nutshell bioinformatics helps Life Science scientists to make the best possible biological sense out of the diverse literature and experimental datasets they are dealing with on a daily basis.

Bioinformatics provides researchers with the tools, information technologies and analytical methodologies required to collect, save, analyse, combine and interpret the exploding volumes of data generated by novel multi-disciplinary investigation approaches such as “OMICS” (genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, ...).

Bioinformatics has been and will remain instrumental in bridging the stacks of information generated by the different Life Sciences stakeholders (industries, academies, research institutes, ...) who are all deeply involved in the understanding of biological processes such as illnesses’ etiology, detection, prevention and treatment.

Progenus calls upon its bioinformatics expertise for the following activities: