Doing The Time Warp, Biennial Siena Proteomics Meeting Looks to the Past for Hope in the Future | GenomeWeb
SIENA, Italy — Organizers of the 7th Siena Conference on Proteomics may have titled this year’s event “From Genome to Proteome: Back to the Future” in acknowledgement of previous work in the field that continues to resonate today.
 
But among some of the speakers and attendees at this week’s meeting that title may have well been a reference to how time seems to be standing still when it comes to significant progress in the field.
 

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