February 10, 2003
FeaturesConquering Infinity with Chemical Genetics
Harvard superchemist Stuart Schreiber defines the convergence of chemistry and biology. Now the field of chemical genetics is heading toward the clinic.
By Malorye A. BrancaDecoding Estonia
The former Soviet republic aims to use IT and culture to build a national gene database. It is modestly funded but is already being noticed by scientists and industry.
By Mark D. UehlingNews·Analysis
Surviving on the MarginsMillennium Stands FirmGrids on the MoveU.K. Plugged InIs Data Quality Job 1?The ‘New House’ of GenomicsDistributed Computing: Slow and SteadyAccelrys’ Future Looks ProfitableKeying a Disease GeneDon’t Skimp on Technology
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