Publications (2)5.3 Total impact
Article: ANGIS and BioManagerAsia-Pacific Biotech News 01/2006; 10(24).
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ABSTRACT: Bioinformatics has been a hot topic in Australia's biotechnology circles for the past five years. As with biotechnology in the 1990s, there has been a sudden increase in the number of Bioinformatics undergraduate degrees. For students in the 2005 intake there are six undergraduate Bioinformatics degrees to choose from and another five Bioinformatics streams within a Bachelor of Science degree. The courses vary from three to four years of full-time study. This report aims at dissecting each of these degrees to determine where the differences lie, to give the prospective students an idea as to which degree suits their career goals and to give an overview of the pedagogy of Australian bioinformatics education.Briefings in Bioinformatics 01/2005; 5(4):350-4. · 5.30 Impact Factor