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    Event: IEEE Computational Systems Bioinformatics (CSB2004) conference
    Submitted by Mark Luo; posted on Saturday, May 22, 2004


    This summer's IEEE Computational Systems Bioinformatics (CSB2004) conference is sure to be one of the key bioinformatics events in 2004, providing a broad spectrum of peer-reviewed, bioinformatics-related topics covering the breadth and depth of this dynamically evolving field. Our topic submission procedures, keynote speakers, paper and poster presentations, tutorials and social events have all been designed to cater to bioinformatics' eclectic mix of disciplines. CSB2004 also has the lowest registration fees of any conference if its kind world wide, making it possible for everyone to attend. However, attendance is limited by venue capacity at Stanford University so please register early.

    Focused tutorials take place Monday, August 16, 2004 prior to CSB2004, which begins Tuesday August 17, 2004. The purpose of the tutorial program is to provide participants with relevant lectures and demonstrations on either well-established or new "cutting-edge" topics. Tutorial participants, through morning and afternoon sessions, may learn about new areas of bioinformatics research, get an introduction to important established topics, and/or enhance already well-developed bioinformatics skills.

    More information and early registration are currently available online at

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