• John Albeck, a graduate student in cellular biology, and Suzanne Gaudet,        a postdoctoral fellow in biology, prepared for the poster competition at        the symposium held in honor of MIT's new BioMicro Center (see MIT        Tech Talk, Jan. 9 ). The Jan. 11 symposium,

    John Albeck, a graduate student in cellular biology, and Suzanne Gaudet, a postdoctoral fellow in biology, prepared for the poster competition at the symposium held in honor of MIT's new BioMicro Center (see MIT Tech Talk, Jan. 9 ). The Jan. 11 symposium, "Computational and Systems Biology: From Biofabrication to Bioinformatics," was the first of what will become an annual event.

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John Albeck, a graduate student in cellular biology, and Suzanne Gaudet,        a postdoctoral fellow in biology, prepared for the poster competition at        the symposium held in honor of MIT's new BioMicro Center (see MIT        Tech Talk, Jan. 9 ). The Jan. 11 symposium, "Computational and Systems Biology: From Biofabrication to Bioinformatics," was the first of what will become an annual event.


John Albeck, a graduate student in cellular biology, and Suzanne Gaudet, a postdoctoral fellow in biology, prepared for the poster competition at the symposium held in honor of MIT's new BioMicro Center. The Jan. 11 symposium, "Computational and Systems Biology: From Biofabrication to Bioinformatics," was the first of what will become an annual event.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on February 6, 2002.


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