Two Decades of Bionet

Don Gilbert sent an e-mail to the BIOSCI / Bionet group to let members know the forum just hit its 20-year anniversary. In a field that seems to reinvent itself every few years, we think two decades is worthy of a big ol' congratulations.

Gilbert posted a message sent to the e-forum in 1987 to mark the occasion.

 

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