The technology to collect huge amounts of information about tumors is getting cheaper every day. Because of this, research into sorting and analyzing these data – so-called bioinformatics – is extremely important. Very often huge datasets are involved and specialized computer programs are needed to get useful results out of big data collections. Read more about all CRIG research using bioinformatics to investigate cancer below.

Also discover the Bioinformatics Institute Ghent From Nucleotides to Networks (BIG N2N), a center of excellence in state-of-the-art bioinformatical tools and methods with applications in cancer research as well.




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(banner: CRIG member Celine Everaert - photography credits: Layla Aerts)