ASHG 50: the Unauthorized Preview | GenomeWeb

Did someone forget to tell the American Society for Human Genetics that the genome was sequenced this year? At the society’s annual convention, October 3-7 in Philadelphia, a mere 6 percent ¯ only 140 out of the total 2,451 ¯ papers come under the topic “genomics.” Last year 152 genomics papers were delivered. In the year of the Big Announcement is the world’s premiere genetics meeting going to snub the genome?

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