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Science Scotland 10 - Informatics

This issue of Science Scotland focuses on some of the research challenges for Computing Science and Informatics, and advances made by researchers in these areas across Scotland.The main focus of the issue is on SICSA – the Scottish Informatics and Computing Science Alliance, a collaboration of over 200 researchers in Scottish Universities.The last two articles cover advances in two other, related, organisations: the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC) and the Scottish Bioinformatics Forum (SBF).…

Science Scotland 10 - Informatics

Editorial Board:
Chair: Professor John Coggins, OBE, FRSE Vice-Principal for the Faculties of Biomedical & Life Sciences, Clinical Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, University of Glasgow

Professor Peter Grant, OBE, FRSE, FIET, FIEE, FREng Emeritus Regius Professor of Engineering, School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh

Professor Angus Lamond, FRS, FRSE  Director of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, College of Life Sciences, University of Dundee

Professor David Milne, OBE, FRSE, FIET, SMIEEE, FREng Non-Executive Director, Wolfson Microelectronics plc

Editorial Team:
Writer: Peter Barr
Designer: Emma Quinn
Production Editor: Jenny Liddell, The Royal Society of Edinburgh
Photographer: Gary Doak

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