Freeloaders Guide To GSAC 2000 | GenomeWeb

Freeloaders Guide To GSAC 2000


There’s an upside to all the marketing hype.


Some people grumble about what a circus the annual Genome Sequencing and Analysis Conference has become. Old-timers, nostalgic for the early days when genomics was a tiny, new field, say their annual meeting has become too large, too impersonal, too expensive, and too industry-driven. Some complain about marketing pitches disguised as science in the lecture hall.

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