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ISB Senior Software Engineers Win BioVis Award

Congratulations to Dick Kreisberg, Ryan Bressler, Sheila Reynolds, Brady Bernard and Ilya Shmulevich on winning "Best Poster" at the BioVis 2013 conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Here's a link to the poster description. Ryo Sakai, who is currently a visiting researcher in the Shmulevich group from KU Leuven in Belgium, received honorable mention in both the "Redesign Contest" and the "Data Contest." Data science for the win!

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