SEQUENCING: Museum Conference Says Genomics Advances IlluminatePhylogeny Studies | GenomeWeb

At the American Museum of Natural History in New York last month, it was a time for all animals to have their moment in the spotlight. And, with less fanfare, it was a time to recognize the impact genomics has had in nontraditional sports like phylogeny.

The three-day conference, “Assembling the Tree of Life: Science, Relevance, and Challenges,” featured some three dozen speakers discussing the relationships between almost every imaginable organism.

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