|Wednesday, March 12th, 2003
3305 Newell Simon Hall
The Carnegie Mellon Computational Molecular Biology Symposia are designed to introduce computational molecular biology and genomics to Carnegie Mellon students and faculty members, through presentations on cutting edge research and technology.
The theme of year's symposium is human genetics and genomics. Invited speakers discussed the role of computation in the acquisition and interpretation of the human genome sequence.
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