Mathematics & Informatics for Environmental Omic Data Synthesis
Mathematics & Informatics for Environmental Omic Data Synthesis is a new five-year NERC research programme. The programme will develop the fundamental knowledge needed to integrate large volumes of genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic and metabolomic data into wider environmental analyses to address new research questions.
A major goal of the programme is to promote the development of omic informatics as a professional niche within environmental research via various funding schemes, including discipline-hopping from mathematical and computational sciences. NERC has allocated £4m to this programme. More about the Mathematics & Informatics for Environmental Omic Data Synthesis research programme
21 May 2013
The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) invites applications for NERC Independent Research Fellowships in the priority area of Bioinformatics to deliver part of the Omics research programme. Announcement of Opportunity: NERC Independent Research Fellowships in Bioinformatics
The closing date is 1 Oct 2013