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Bioinformatics: Building Bridges

The fourth annual symposium, now two days long, supports the field of bioinformatics and its UM Graduate Program.It includes tutorials, world-renowned speakers, a poster session, exhibits,
demonstrations, and a lunch hosted by the Bioinformatics Graduate Faculty. All events are free. Advance registration has closed. Same-day registration will be available as space permits.

Tutorials and Talks will be webcast live. Webcasts will be archived for two weeks.

Full Information: http://www.binf.umn.edu/bisymp05/

Bioinformatics: Building Bridges

The fourth annual symposium, now two days long, supports the field of bioinformatics and its UM Graduate Program.It includes tutorials, world-renowned speakers, a poster session, exhibits,
demonstrations, and a lunch hosted by the Bioinformatics Graduate Faculty. All events are free. Advance registration has closed. Same-day registration will be available as space permits.

Tutorials and Talks will be webcast live. Webcasts will be archived for two weeks.

Full Article: http://www.binf.umn.edu/bisymp05/

Every week on CBS's hit series Numb3rs, an FBI agent relies on his math genius brother to find patterns that help to solve crimes. With its new Apple Xserve G5 computing cluster, the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) is solving double-helix puzzles in human genetics every day. Using Pitt's 125-node Xserve cluster, more than 30 investigators and scientific teams tackling more than 120 projects have computing power available like never before.

Full Article: http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2005-04/uopm-uop041305.php

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