Phoenix Bioinformatics is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2013. We aim to make scientific data widely available and accessible to the public and scientific community, including scientists, students, and educators, in order to foster and promote scientific knowledge. We will do this by: (1)developing and maintaining scientific databases for storing and organizing such knowledge, (2) developing and maintaining software systems for storing, searching, and accessing such data, and (3) providing assistance and training to users regarding the use of such databases and software systems.

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Phoenix Bioinformatics is funded by subscription support, donations, and a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.


Positions taken by Phoenix Bioinformatics represent the views of Phoenix itself and not those of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation or its trustees, officers, or staff.