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Systems Biology is changing the way biology is done. Is it a fad or is it effective? This blog tracks current happenings and helps you stay on top of the field. You can find a list of relevant papers at systems biology paper watch Have you heard a talk or read a paper in bioinformatics / systems biology you would like to tell other people about? Email: and get the word out!

Friday, February 24, 2006

Symposium announcement: The Most Important Open Problems in Bioinformatics
Saturday March 25, 2006 CalIT2 auditorium, UCSD, La Jolla, CA.

If you are going to be in the area around this time I would suggest checking out this symposium coordinated by the UCSD Bioinformatics Graduate Program [full disclosure: this author is a member of this program]. The symposium is to be a survey of the big problems and current state-of-the-art from very prominent researchers around the country. Speakers include Eric Jakobsson (UIUC), Ruben Abagyan (Scripps), Kevin Karplus (UCSC), Sean Eddy (Wash U), and Adam Arkin (Berkeley).

Yes, BTBR will be featuring reports from all the speakers. Hope to see you there!


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