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Launch of GenoCon: First-ever Contest in Rational Genome Design Based on Semantic-web Technology
Date:5/24/2010

The Bioinformatics And Systems Engineering (BASE), a division of RIKEN, Japan’s flagship research institute, is holding its first ever International Rational Genome Design Contest (GenoCon) on the semantic web. The contest makes use of an information infrastructure for life science research known as the RIKEN Scientists’ Networking System (SciNeS*2) and will take place between May 25 and September 30.

Tokyo, Japan (PRWeb UK) May 24, 2010 -- The Bioinformatics And Systems Engineering (BASE), a division of RIKEN, Japan’s flagship research institute, is holding its first ever International Rational Genome Design Contest (GenoCon) on the semantic web. The contest makes use of an information infrastructure for life science research known as the RIKEN Scientists’ Networking System (SciNeS*2) and will take place between May 25 and September 30.

GenoCon: An international science and technology competition supporting future specialists in rational genome design for Synthetic Biology

First-ever contest in rational genome design based on semantic-web technology

Summary:

- A challenge for green innovation: rational genome design of a plant with an environmental detoxification function.

- Collection and sharing of genome-design theories and programs from researchers around the world.

- Web-based contest aimed at supporting a future generation of scientists – including a category for high-school students.

The Bioinformatics And Systems Engineering (BASE), a division of RIKEN, Japan’s flagship research institute, is holding its first ever International Rational Genome Design*1 Contest (GenoCon) on the semantic web. The contest makes use of an information infrastructure for life science research known as the RIKEN Scientists’ Networking System (SciNeS*2) and will take place between May 25 and September 30. '/>"/>

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