A gaggle of geese. A parliament of owls. But what do you call a group of systems biologists, asks Duncan Hall at O'Really. And he got some responses from what he dubs the "twitterome." Early votes are in for jamboree, cluster, or network, among others. Though Nathan Pearson tweets, "An ome. Duh."
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