The BioPreDyn project aims to develop computational tools that integrate and analyze the large amounts of data in biology and biotechnology, focusing on improving biotechnological processes and applications.
The BioPreDyn project is led by the Center for Genomic Regulation and will include researchers from eight European academic labs and three industrial partners. The researchers will develop novel computational tools, methods, and algorithms and integrate them into a user-friendly software platform for research institutions. The modeling tools will enable researchers to design new biotechnological production processes in a reliable way.
One of the industrial partners will develop an integrated software platform to support the modeling process. "BioPreDyn presents a holistic approach to model building in bioinformatics and systems biology, targeting both fundamental theory and real-world applications," says the Spanish National Research Council's Julio R. Banga.
From Center for Genomic Regulation
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