TRENDSPOTTER: Revolving IPO Door, Consolidation, and Some Cash Await Genomics Sector in 2002 | GenomeWeb

Being the last TrendSpotter column of the year gives me the privilege of looking back on how our industry fared in 2001—not universally a pleasant task. It also gives me the opportunity to look at the road ahead, which also may be perilous in certain places.


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