[Bionews] FW: Announcing the (electronic) availability of the recently released NRC report on Computing and Biology

wilfred.li wilfredli01 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 9 19:40:46 EST 2006


Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing and Biology

2005 Report of the National Research Council of the National Academies

John C. Wooley and Herbert S. Lin, editors
Committee on Frontiers at the Interface of Computing and Biology
Computer Science and Telecommunications Board
Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences
National Research Council of the National Academies

This report by the Committee on Frontiers at the Interface of Computing
and Biology seeks to establish the intellectual legitimacy of a
fundamentally cross-disciplinary collaboration between biologists and
computer scientists. That is, while some universities are increasingly
favorable to research at the intersection, life science researchers at
other universities are strongly impeded in their efforts to
collaborate. This report addresses these impediments and describes some
strategies for overcoming them.


Regards,

Wilfred

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Of Lin, Herb
Sent: Thursday, March 09, 2006 11:23 AM
To: BIOCOMP at LSW.NAS.EDU
Subject: Announcing the (electronic) availability of the recently
released NRC report on Computing and Biology

Folks -
I'm happy to announce to you the electronic availability of the
Computing and Biology report.
PDFs of the report are available, in full and for free, from the
Department of Energy (one of the sponsors of the report) at the
following web site.
http://www.doegenomestolife.org/pubs/NRCComputingandBiology/index.shtml

Thanks and all the best.
____________________________________________
Herb Lin, Senior Scientist
Computer Science and Telecommunications Board
The National Academies
(202) 334-3191 voice || (202) 334-2318 fax || hlin at nas.edu
www.cstb.org || Where the nation turns for independent and informed
assessments of computing, communications, and public policy



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