AccelrysWorld Draws 200 to Talk Science, Software, and Spinoffs in Sunny San Diego | GenomeWeb

Will AccelrysWorld prove to be the life science equivalent of OracleWorld, MacWorld, and LinuxWorld? According to company officials, the event — now in its second year — is gaining acceptance as a focused gathering for the life science computing community. Attendance for this year’s conference, held not far from the company’s headquarters in San Diego March 8-10, was around 200 people — “almost, but not nearly double” that of last year’s inaugural gathering, according to Scott Kahn, Accelrys CSO.

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