The 2012 meeting of the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities opened Saturday evening in Orlando, Fla., with a keynote address from the University of Washington's Trisha Davis. In her talk, Davis discussed the evolution of the Yeast Resource Center at UW from its early days of taking a broad approach, to focusing its work, to then widening its offerings once again. Yeast is "good for technology development," she said.

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