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May 23, 2013

Volume 20Issue 5p627-742
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On the cover: In the decade since completion of the Human Genome Project (HGP), the biology has gone large scale, sprouting a number of omics fields. The Perspective and Review articles in this Special Issue of Chemistry & Biology discuss a number of these developments, specifically emphasizing how chemistry and chemistry-driven methodology and technology drive the growth in these areas. The DNA on the cover marks a symbolic representation of the HGP, which to a large extent inspired incredible growth in large-scale and systems-level biology and medicine; the background symbolizes the fruitful interplay between chemistry and biology that is moving different aspects of omics forward. Cover image: ©iStockphoto.com/ResearchJournals....
On the cover: In the decade since completion of the Human Genome Project (HGP), the biology has gone large scale, sprouting a number of omics fields. The Perspective and Review articles in this Special Issue of Chemistry & Biology discuss a number of these developments, specifically emphasizing how chemistry and chemistry-driven methodology and technology drive the growth in these areas. The DNA on the cover marks a symbolic representation of the HGP, which to a large extent inspired incredible growth in large-scale and systems-level biology and medicine; the background symbolizes the fruitful interplay between chemistry and biology that is moving different aspects of omics forward. Cover image: ©iStockphoto.com/ResearchJournals.

In This Issue

Special Issue: Innovations

  • Brain Projects Plot Neural Connections

    • Jeanne Erdmann
    Not many scientists learn the fate of their research project during the State of the Union address, but that’s how a core group of researchers who’d been pushing an effort called the Brain Activity Map heard that their initiative was a go. President Obama’s comments were capped off when National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins posted a message on Twitter saying “Obama mentions the #NIH Brain Activity Map in #SOTU.”

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