Picking the Greatest Hits of Chips to Hits | GenomeWeb

Want to know how to negotiate the maze of speakers, panels, and product presentations at the upcoming Chips to Hits conference next week in Philadelphia? BioArray News offers our experienced and admittedly biased preview of the annual microarray extravaganza.

The conference is slated to open with a talk by Unigene database guru Mark Boguski, who recently left the NCBI to go to the Hutch. It will be interesting to find out what Boguski is up to now.

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