EMBL-ABR network: an interview with Pedro Fernandes
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In this week’s interview, we have a perspective from Portugal, but it could be from anywhere in the world. When asked what is missing in bioinformatics AND life sciences, Pedro Fernandes lists three things:
1. a better balance between formal and continuous non-formal education
2. lowering of barriers to access data and computational resources
3. greater standardisation of datasets and their annotation globally, to place them in coherent, discoverable repositories.