BTI Computational Biology Center

BTI Computational Biology Center (BCBC)

Decoding the complexity and diversity of life.

 
 
Mission:

The BCBC enables computational approaches by providing educational resources and developing new methods in a collaborative framework to advance understanding of the complexity of life.

 

Vision:

 Computational biology democratized through accessible people and resources.

 

Strategic Goals (2021-2026):
  • Collaboration: Structure our collaborations and build our network.
  • Research: Develop and apply computational tools to advance our understanding of life.
  • Education: Enhance bioinformatics consulting, education, and outreach activities based at BTI.
  • Infrastructure: Meet current and future computational infrastructure needs.
  • Funding: Attract new and diverse sources of funding to stimulate research and education initiatives.

 

Strategic Plan:

The BCBC Strategic plan 2021 – 2026

 

 

BCBC 2019 Nanopore Symposium

Click here for more info and videos of the presentations.

 

BCBC 2018 Symposium

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CFM1, a Member of the CRM-domain Protein Family, Functions in Chloroplast Group II Intron Splicing in Setaria viridis
2020.
Feiz, L., Asakura, Y., Mao, L., Strickler, Susan R., Fei, Zhangjun, Rojas, M., Barkan, A., Stern, Da…
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Contact:

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