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For the second installment of Genome Technology’s systems biology roundtable series, we took a practical look at the field. What will make systems biology a reality in academia, in pharma, and as a sustainable discipline seen as scientific rather than conceptual ¯ and how should scientists prepare themselves for it? Our participants — two from IT backgrounds, one from a biotech, and one from a university — met in Boston this May and came up with plenty of suggestions, though they agree that there’s no easy answer.

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