French University Creates Bioinformatics Course | GenomeWeb

TOULOUSE, France--The Paul Sabatier University here has created a one-year postgraduate course in bioinformatics for industrial applications. Twenty students will be accepted from all areas of biology to spend six months in study on topics including basic data representations and algorithms, software engineering, networking, databases, numerical methods, statistics applied to biology, genome analysis, molecular modeling, simulation of biological systems, automatic process control, and image processing. Students will spend an additional six months in internships at companies.

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