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Carnegie Mellon University's Biotechnology Innovation and Computation Program


The M.S. in Biotechnology Innovation and Computation (MSBIC) is a program within the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon and is offered jointly through the Language Technologies Institute (LTI) and the Lane Center for Computational Biology (LCCB). This program is designed to educate leaders in applying software and computing technologies to create innovative solutions for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and health care industries. Students learn to plan, design, build and deliver innovative solutions for these industries utilizing data mining, information retrieval, machine learning, machine translation, computational linguistics, and computational biology technologies. As these industries are rapidly evolving, there is a great need for leaders who can envision, design, plan and deliver solutions that integrate emerging technologies into effective business solutions. Read more >