E-Science is the road to develop science, in the next future, through distributed global collaborations enabled by the Internet. An important feature of e-science is that it will require access to very large data collections, very large scale computing resources. Another important feature is that unseen correlation between such large data would be automatically detected by data mining and inductive systems. Bioinformatics, the broad area to develop a methodological approach to biology through the tools of informatics, is the most important example of e-science.
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