After 12 Years, A Farewell | GenomeWeb

After 12 Years, A Farewell


When GenomeWeb began publishing Genome Technology in the autumn of 2000, it was clear that big changes lay ahead in the field that we serve — genomic research — as well as in our own industry of scientific publishing.

After 12-plus years of GT, it is hard to say which field has changed more; one could make a compelling case for either. Each has been both a victim and a beneficiary of the process of "creative destruction" that accompanies rapid technical innovation.

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