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Tim Hubbard is profiled over at The Scientist. The article recounts how he arrived at the Sanger Centre hoping to continue his protein structure prediction work, but got caught up in working on the human genome sequencing project. Hubbard's new focus evolved in to Ensembl and, as the article says, "catapulted Hubbard to the forefront of genome informatics."

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