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Sydney delivers bioinformatics goodness!

Friday 9 November 2012 saw the Garvan Institute's lecture theatre filled with 150+ bioinformaticians and bioscientists for the second Sydney Bioinformatics Research Symposium.

All presentations were enlightening, engaging and enjoyable and while we can't fully convey the experience of "being there", we can share some of the posters delivered in the Fast Forward session:



...and one of the keynotes



If you missed out, don't forget the Sydney Computational Biologists' Meetup as a means to connect with the vibrant bioinformatics and quantitative bioscience scene in the Harbour City.

Many thanks to the Symposium's organisers, speakers and delegate for delivering the bioinformatics goodness!


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