The 2003 Genome Technology All-Stars | GenomeWeb

In all likelihood, you have seen the worst that the genomics industry has to offer. In the past few years, investors bailed, stock and company valuations dropped to all-time lows, and many startups failed along the way. But through it all, it’s become obvious that you just can’t stop good science. Which is why Genome Technology is delighted to offer its third annual All-Stars issue — a celebration of the scientists with the most outstanding accomplishments in the last year, as chosen by our readers.

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