BLiSS REPORT (2013-14) - Establishment of Biotech Labs in Senior Secondary Schools (BLiSS) in North Eastern States of India
27th Co-ordinators meeting to be held in Nainital from 3-5 March, 2016
National Symposium on Bioinformatics was held at University of Jammu on February 2, 2012
Compendium on Bioinformatics publications released during 23rd Co-ordinators meeting
BTISNET - Centre of Excellence
  The Centre has been recognized as a Centre of Excellence in structural Biology and Biocomputing by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India. The Centre created in 1985 was one of the earliest in the country to establish information dissemination and formal teaching in bioinformatics. In tune with the evolving nature of this discipline, there has been a paradigm shift in the focus of the Centre’s activities, directing the activities towards research and development from that of information dissemination as a primary objective. At present, the centre hosts several important research programmes in the broad areas of structural biology and bioinformatics, genome analysis and systems biology. The current
Major research activities: Genome Analysis, De-novo Design of Bio-molecules, Structural Biology and Structural Bioinformatics, Algorithms for protein structure analysis, Systems Biology- Biological Networks & Pathway Modeling, Computational Immunology, Modelling and dynamics of protein-ligand interactions, protein folding by graph theoretical methods, Protein Function Prediction, Drug-DNA interactions, Creation of Value-added databases and Software Engineering.
For more details visit
Coordinator : Prof. Saraswathi Vishveshwara
Bioinformatics Centre
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560 012, India
Phone: 91-80-22932611
Fax : 91-80-23600535
Contact person :

Prof. K. Sekar
Phone: 080-23601409, 22933059 ; Fax: 080-2360068

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