BioVis 2012 (http://www.biovis.net) promises two full days of exciting talks on cutting-edge research in biological data visualization. The program includes sessions on systems biology and omics data, neurobiology, cellular data and molecular pathways as well as a poster and demo session. A keynote by Christof Koch (Caltech & Allen Brain Institute) and challenges talks by Inna Dubchak (LNBL) and Valerie Daggett (University of Washington) will be among the highlights of the symposium. BioVis 2012 will take place in Seattle, WA on October 14th and 15th as part of the IEEE VisWeek conference. The early registration deadline is September 7th.
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