Lee Hood's $200 Million Project, Setting Microarray Standards, Academia and Industry Teaming Up | GenomeWeb

Ten years ago this month, the first issue of Genome Technology hit mailboxes. In their letter to readers, chairman Dennis Waters and publisher Harry Greenwald said it was a good time for a new magazine focused on the "technology-led culture change in life sciences research" to launch, and that GT would be "dedicated to documenting and illuminating that change for the people who are living through it and living in it." How fitting, then, that GT's first cover story focused on Leroy Hood's $200 million institution for what was then being called "the new biology."

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