Bioinformatics business law

Bioinformatics: finding legal framework

Yana Briuzghina, 111-i, KNEU


With the development of science, the flood of data in biology such as complete genomes of biological species, etc, such things as data capture, data warehousing and data mining have become major issues for biotechnologists and biological scientists.

Bioinformatics – Definition:

So what is the bioinformatics itself?

Bioinformatics can be defined as a branch of science where one can interpret, compare and analyse biological data. It has emerged as a new discipline trying to solve complex problems in life sciences, particularly in biotechnology.