HINXTON, UK --More than 200 users and vendors of bioinformatics tools and genomic data will converge at the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus here for the second Objects in Bioinformatics conference August 3-4. August being vacation season here, attendance is expected to be down slightly from last year's event, but "the quality and variety of poster presentations demonstrates how far the field has moved in the last 12 months," observed Alan Robinson of the European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) outstation of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, the host of the conference.

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