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O'Reilly Bioinformatics Technology Conference Coverage.

O'Reilly's Bioinformatics Conference: Photos from Day Three

01/30/2002

O'Reilly's Bioinformatics Conference wrapped up with more talks, book signings, a field trip to a missile silo, and a snow storm in the desert.

Tim O'Reilly
Tim O'Reilly donned an author's cap and visited with conference attendees during the book signing event.
 

Book Signing
A good crowd turned out for the signing event that was held during the afternoon break on Wednesday.
 

Bookstore
The O'Reilly bookstore was conveniently located right across from the signing event.
 

Doug Tidwell
Many O'Reilly authors took time to talk with folks, including Doug Tidwell who is also a senior programmer with IBM.
 

Snow Storm
Break time took a turn for the chilly in the Arizona desert as a snow storm blew into town on Wednesday.
 

Pool
Not many folks were diving into the pool Wednesday ...
 

Snow Storm Aftermath
After the storm passed, however, the mountains were revealed, creating a beautiful backdrop to the conference facility.
 

James Ostell
Thursday morning, the last day of the conference, launched with James Ostell, Ph.D., who gave us an inside peek at the activities inside the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI).
 

Michael Morris
Not everything was serious study though. Here Michael Morris plays during the Tuesday night Music BOF.
 

Titan Tour
Some attendees managed to slip in a tour to the Titan Missile Museum, which is the last of the original 54 installations still intact from our Titan II program. Those sites were dismantled after the treaty in the early 1980s.
 

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