Bioinformatics - the application of computational and mathematical techniques to extract biologically relevant information from experimental data - remains one of the fastest growing areas of research and employment opportunities in the biosciences. Cranfield’s Bioinformatics group is an internationally recognised contributor to this field, particularly in the areas of proteomics, metabolomics and systems biology. Our projects range from development of bioinformatics tools and databases through to the identification of biomarkers and the discovery of basic biological knowledge.
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- Biosensors and diagnostics
- Environment and health
- Food quality and health
- Neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disease
- Nutrition and health
- Sensing in extreme environments
- Smart materials and synthetic receptors
- Stem cells and cell differentiation