The Physicists Are Coming

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Get ready to have your horizons expanded. According to the directors of the seven burgeoning university systems biology programs we profile starting on p. 26, genomics is going to be getting outside its own box in years to come. With the three degrees you had to earn to practice in this field, and the amount of time your molecular biology team spends interacting with computer programmers, robotics folks, and those chemists down the hall, you might have thought genomics already was interdisciplinary. Just wait.

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