Department of Applied Sciences, Indian Institute of Information Technology, India
*Corresponding author: Nidhi Mishra, Department of Applied Sciences, Indian Institute of Information Technology-Allahabad, Deoghat, Jhalwa, UP- 211012, India
Submission: April 16, 2018; Published: May 11, 2018
ISSN 2578-0247Volume1 Issue4
An unprecedented revolution has been observed in science with recent technological advances, which have provided a large amount of “omic” data. The crescent generation and availability of this information available in public databases were, and still are, a challenge for professionals from different areas. However, what is the challenge? In biology, the main challenge is to make sense of the enormous amount of structural data and sequences that have been generated at multiple levels of biological systems. Still, in bioinformatics, development of tools is necessary (statistical and computational) capable of assisting in understanding the mechanisms underlying biological questions in the study. Besides, if we consider the complexity of science, this is a highly reductionist view. The era of a “new biology” emerges accompanied by the birth/development of other sciences, such as bioinformatics and computational biology, which have an integrated interface of molecular biology. Although considered recently, bioinformatics and genomics have evolved interdependently and promoted a historical impact on the available knowledge.