Bioinformatics Hits the Beach With ISMB 2006; Brazil Sessions Blend History, 'New Frontiers' | GenomeWeb
FORTALEZA, Brazil — This year’s Intelligent Systems in Molecular Conference was the first in the conference’s 14-year history to be held in a developing country, and despite long travel times for most attendees — made even longer for many by the untimely bankruptcy of Brazil’s national airline — 850 delegates made their way to the Northeast coast of Brazil for the annual bioinformatics meeting.

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