BTI Computational Biology Center

BTI Computational Biology Center (BCBC)

Decoding the complexity and diversity of life.

Mission:

The BCBC enables computational approaches, provides educational resources, and develops new methods in a collaborative framework to advance understanding of the complexity of plant life.

Vision:

 A dynamic research hub to empower researchers and democratize plant bioinformatics.

Goals:
  • Research: Develop and apply tools to explore the basis of plant diversification and its utility as it applies to agriculture, environment, and human health.
  • Education: Enhance bioinformatics consulting, education, outreach activities, and public engagement.
  • Collaboration: Establish tiers of engagement to nucleate a network of collaborators and establish formal relationships.
  • Infrastructure: Meet current and future infrastructure, space, and maintenance needs.
  • Funding: Explore and attract new and diverse avenues of funding to build research and education efforts.

 

BCBC 2019 Nanopore Symposium

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BCBC 2018 Symposium

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Contact:

Boyce Thompson Institute
533 Tower Rd.
Ithaca, NY 14853
607.254.1234
contact@btiscience.org