Unexpected Findings from Analysis of Complex Mammalian Transcriptomes

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Integrating patient specific information in rare disorder analysis

Research Associate, Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS), A*STAR

Predictive and not: understanding the mixed messages of our DNA

Research Professor of Epidemiology, Emory University

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Terre Indigo - Regards de Chercheurs sur le Monde

     "The film 'Terre Indigo - Regards de Chercheurs sur le Monde' is produced from over 50, 000 photo images found within the 'IRD Indigo Photo Gallery'.

     It is an assemblage of the many photographs taken by Researchers from  the Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement (IRD) in countries located within the Southern Hemisphere. 

    Phillippe TORRETON interprets written text based upon eye-witness accounts from scientists on location, who took these featured photographs while working on their various research projects."


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