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July 25th, 2003
New Horizons in Molecular Sciences and Systems
The symposium will cover three topic areas, namely "Bioscience and Biotechnology Frontiers"; "Information Sciences and Computing" and "Nanosciences and Nanoengineering". The purpose of the symposium is to bring people with different expertise to discuss how the integration of these three areas can accelerate rapid advances in understanding natural principles from the molecular to the system level and in applying that knowledge to emerging issues of worldwide importance.
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