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Editors Note

One molecular biology tools industry standard: PowerPoint.

Perhaps the most underappreciated tool in the molecular biology toolkit is Microsoft’s PowerPoint. This thought was driven home at this week’s Chips to Hits conference in Boston. The conference is the unofficial industry gathering of the microarray sector, and one that I had attended for the last two years as editor of BioArray News.

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