The National Science Foundation's Biological Databases and Informatics program seeks to support research that enables investigators to manage and make use of biological data and information for the discovery of new knowledge and the advancement of the field of biology. The program supports a range of activities along a continuum, from the formative, theoretical development of new algorithms, data structures, and tools specific to the management of biological information, through the development of new information resources, to the enhancement of established resources needed by whole communities of biological researchers. The highest priority of the BD&I program is on supporting proposals...

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