Bioinformatics Division provides an enriched research and learning environment. Our researchers and students come from diverse backgrounds but share a common goal of exploring and expanding the field of Bioinformatics. We’re extremely proud of our members who are always eager to learn, create and grow together as researchers. To learn more about us, browse through this website and see how you can connect with us. For learning more about our parent organization, National Institute of Biotechnology, click on the link below.


“Imagine that the genome is a book.

There are twenty-three chapters, called CHROMOSOMES.
Each chapter contains several thousand stories, called GENES.
Each story is made up of paragraphs, called EXONS, which are interrupted by advertisements called INTRONS.
Each paragraph is made up of words, called CODONS.
Each word is written in letters called BASES.”

― Matt Ridley