New Society Works with Policymakers to Advance Cause of Computational Biology | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK--Seven months after its founding the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB) has launched a web site and become involved in planning and sponsoring several major scientific conferences, according to the society's president, Larry Hunter, of the US National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine. The organization's membership has grown to 500, representing the spectrum of both academic and industry researchers in almost a dozen countries, he reported.

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