Inspiring interviews with keynotes
31 Aug 2012
During the seventh edition of the Netherlands Bioinformatics Conference (April 24-25) keynote lectures were presented by renowned (inter)national bioinformatics scientists. Here you can find personal interviews with them, in which they explain their fascinating research.
- Computational biologist Harmen Bussemaker prefers to solve problems by starting from scratch;
- Optical microscopy is going through a revolution, says Dorus Gadella;
- Making errors during 3D model building and refinement is inevitable. Fortunately, many errors can be detected and fixed prior to publication and deposition, says Gerard Kleywegt;
- Knowledge of genomic structural variation is essential for understanding the evolution of tumours, says Jan Korbel.