Biotechnology, Genomics and Bioinformatics

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Hans-Jürgen Rehm, Gerald Reed, Christoph W. Sensen
Wiley, 2001 - Science - 478 pages
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Genomics is a new discipline that is revolutionizing the way biological and medical research is done. The human genome is almost completely sequenced, which will help to accelerate research and development in Genomics even more. The chapters in this book try to capture the rapidly evolving field. Overviews of nucleic acid technologies, proteomics and bioinformatics are followed by chapters on applications, including human health, agriculture and comparative genomics. The book also includes two chapters on legal and ethical issues of Genomics, a topic that is becoming more and more important.

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About the author (2001)

Christoph W. Sensen studied Biology at the Universities of Mainz, Dusseldorf and Koln Germany. After completing post-doctoral work at the European Molecular Biological Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg he joined the Institute for Marine Biosciences (National Research Council), Canada in 1994. From 1997 to 2001 Christoph Sensen was appointed Project Manager at the Canadian Bioinformatics Resource (CBR-RBC) and took up a full professorship at the University of Calgary, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology in 2001. Christoph Sensen has authored numerous scientific papers and edited two books for Wiley.
HONORS AND AWARDS:
1998 NRC Corporate Outstanding Achievement Award for the Outstanding Contribution to the Canadian Bioinformatics Resource Team
2002 Fellow of the International Faculty, International Graduate School in Bioinformatics and Genome Research
2003 Computerworld Honors Award
2003 The Duke's Choice Award for Coolest Java Applications and Products at JavaOne 2003