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Scenes from GSAC

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Roughly 2,200 attendees showed up for TIGR’s 13th annual International Genome Sequencing and Analysis Conference, held for the first time in San Diego. They turned out in droves for the conference parties, including GT and Compaq’s awards bash honoring the 2001 GT All-Stars and TIGR’s Halloween party, shown on the following pages.

 

GT All-Stars Awards Bash

 

1 GT’s Chris Rockaway shows off the All-Star trophies

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