University at Albany Plans RNA Science Symposium | GenomeWeb

The University at Albany announced this month that its RNA Institute is holding a symposium on RNA science and its applications early next year.

The event will be held on Jan. 23 and will include discussions of RNA science and its applications for drug discovery and target validation, the school said. Also included will be a three-day workshop on synthetic and viral-based systems for gene silencing, held on Jan. 22-24.

Additional details about the event can be found here.

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