The Genome News Network, an agency of the non-profit Center for the Advancement of Genomics of Rockville, Md., has declared 2002 as the year of the gene chip.

Maybe. Or, perhaps even better, 2002 was the year that microarray technology turned onto the runway and began to rev its engines for takeoff into 2003 and a market approaching $1 billion in revenues, unraveling intellectual property disputes, and installing data standards.

This year, expect to see these trends:

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