Pathways, Text Mining Mature at PSB 2002; Glycobioinformatics Debuts as Latest Challenge | GenomeWeb

  The bioinformatics community has come to expect two things from the annual Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing: The first is the laid-back Hawaiian atmosphere where even keynote lectures are delivered in aloha shirts, and the second is the symposium’s focus on emerging areas of bioinformatics — a forum that often provides the first glimpse of tomorrow’s key technologies.

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