BALTIMORE--The Third Annual Conference on Computational Genomics will take a broad look at the bioinformatics issues central to comparative genomics, reflecting the advances made in a number of genome projects over the last year, said conference cochair Steven Salzberg, director of bioinformatics at the Institute for Genomic Research, which sponsors the event. Approximately 300 attendees and 8 exhibitors are expected at the November 18-21 conference, being held here for the first time.

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