Agricultural Bioinformatics Specialist
Biotechnology graduates can work in bioinformatics in agriculture, using bioinformatics tools to improve crop yields, reduce the need for pesticides, and develop new food products.
An Agricultural Bioinformatics Specialist is a professional who uses bioinformatics and computational biology to support agricultural research and development. They analyze and interpret large amounts of biological data generated from crops, livestock, and other agricultural systems, and use this information to improve crop yields, develop new agricultural technologies, and improve the sustainability of farming practices. They may also use computational tools and algorithms to design and optimize breeding programs, predict disease outbreaks, and analyze the impacts of various environmental factors on agricultural systems.
2300301 COMPUTER SKILLS IN BIOINFORMATICS
2305481 PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
2310506 BIOINFORMATICS I