Bioinformatics division is one of the seven research divisions of National Institute of Biotechnology. It is located at the eastern wing on the second floor of NIB’s main building. It provides an enriched environment for research, learning, and exchange of ideas. Our members come from diverse backgrounds but share a common goal of exploring and expanding the field of Bioinformatics for solving real life problems facing ordinary people as well as building skilled manpower to tackle the challenges of the 4th Industrial Revoution. Bioinformatics division has been conducting research on the gut microbiome, anti-diabetic compounds, anti-viral vaccines, gastric cancer-associated SNPs, development of biological databases, machine learning algorithms, NGS data analysis pipelines, and so on. To learn more about us, browse through this website and see how you can connect with us.