MIAMI, Sept 12 - Some 3,000 representatives of the genomics industry will arrive in Miami on Tuesday as the 12th International Genome Sequencing & Analysis Conference gets underway.

The exhibition hall opens at 4 pm EDT and Craig Venter, the man who helped put genomics on the map, will deliver opening remarks later in the evening. Leading industry executives and academics will present their ideas and products every day until the show closes on Friday afternoon.

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