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Bioinformatics Solutions from the NERC Environmental Bioinformatics Centre include tools and systems developed by the NEBC as well as other NEBC bioinformatics links.
â€œTIGR has many software systems available for free download. All of them are OSI Certified Open Source Software. Click on the links below to get more information about the various packages and to download the source code.
Microarray – MIDAS, MADAM, MEV, Spotfinder
Grid Computing – BLAST, HMMsearch, Panda, Genomic Assembly, Mummer
Sequencing / Finishing – AMOS, BAMBUS, AutoEditor, Assembler, Lucy
Alignment – MUMmer, AAT package
Gene Finding / Annotation – DAGchainer, MANATEE, PIRATE, PASA, GlimmerHMM, etc.,
Other – TGICL, TIGR McCoder, Schedulerâ€?
â€?The W.M. Keck Foundation makes grants to research institutions and accredited institutions of higher learning primarily in the areas of Science and Engineering, Medical Research and Liberal Arts. Eligible institutions in these fields are U.S. accredited universities, colleges, medical schools and major, independent scientific and medical research institutions.â€?
â€œThe Sanger Institute is a genome research institute primarily funded by the Wellcome Trust. Our purpose is to further the knowledge of genomes, particularly through large-scale sequencing and analysis.â€?
â€?Welcome to GrantsNet, your one-stop resource to find funds for training in the sciences and undergraduate science education. Through the support of HHMI and AAAS, this service is completely free.â€?
â€?The largest privately funded education initiative of its kind in the United States, HHMI’s grants program is enhancing science education for students at all levels, from the earliest grades through advanced training. Since 1988 HHMI has awarded approximately $1.5 billion in grants.
Grants awarded by HHMI fit within two general categories: research grants for individuals and science education grants for institutions. Most HHMI grants are awarded through competitions that have specific objectives and eligibility criteria; thus, HHMI does not encourage and rarely funds unsolicited grant proposals.â€?
Regulatory Sequence Analysis Tools
â€œWelcome to Regulatory Sequence Analysis Tools (RSAT). This site provides a series of modular computer programs specifically designed for the detection of regulatory signals in non-coding sequences. This web site is freely available for academic users. For users from commercial companies, please read our disclaimer.â€?