After the Genome Conference Assembles Think Tank to Answer, What s Next? | GenomeWeb

SANTA FE, NM--Although it isn't the chief topic, bioinformatics is playing a prominent role in After the Genome III, a by-invitation-only conference here this week that aims to explore what comes next after the human genome is fully sequenced and mapped. The event, which began October 25 and runs through the 29th, is hosted by the National Center for Genome Resources and has the theme "Redefining Functional Genomics."

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