mapping the genome (well... sort of)

Ok, I need to keep more Pittsburgh-focused... but this is at the nexus of biotechnology and mapping which cries out for attention. Boston Globe reports that in Mass. the State's biotech site finder still just a dream. Seems like a good idea though. Just becasue they have had a hard time doing this, does not mean it could not be done here. Just a passing thought for the powers that be.


2 Responses to "mapping the genome (well... sort of)"

EdHeath said... 7/09/2006 10:39 AM

"Just becasue they have had a hard time doing this, does not mean it could not be done here." Hey, we are as capable of not getting started on a website here as anyone is in Boston. I'll match our buercratic inefficiency against anyone el- ... Ah, doesn't seem worth it to write any more. Nice piece in the P-G today, btw.

C. Briem said... 7/09/2006 10:53 PM

thanks.... just shaking the tree some.

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