Durham Conference Explores Computational Solutions for Range of Genomic Challenges | GenomeWeb

Computer scientists and biologists tried to find common ground last week at the “Computational Challenges in the Post-Genomic Age II” meeting. Making it happen was a bit of a challenge in itself — it was rescheduled from September 13-15 last year — but despite the rivaling BioIT World conference and expo in Boston (see p. 4), about 160 participants from academia and industry found their way to Durham, NC, to exchange ideas.

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