[squeak-dev] Smalltalk and Bioinformatics

Hernán Morales Durand hernan.morales at gmail.com
Sun Feb 28 20:08:50 UTC 2010

Hi Ale,
  Currently I have not interviewed yet the chief researchers at my
Institute, that is, I'm in the process of gathering material from
several sources to see what's the state of the art in bioinformatics
(specifically genetics for domestic animals) and object technology.
Ideally a good set of references would help as backing for supporting
  So far I've found the MolTalk project and I'm aware of your work on
Proteomics and other related areas, so we might be in contact in the
near future. Just wondering if there is anyone else?


2010/2/28 Alejandro F. Reimondo <aleReimondo at smalltalking.net>:
> Hi Hernán,
> BioInformatics includes a wide set of techniques[*],
> can you be more specific about what references
> are you looking for?
> A small description of where and how you want to use the
> references can help to bring more valuable information
> to your mailbox.
> cheers,
> Ale.
> [*] can be from sequence analysis to techniques related with
> computer vision and multidimensional chromatography (where
> I can send you references).
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> Hi all,
>  I'm preparing a presentation and just wondering if anyone out there
> is doing bioinformatics with Smalltalk?
> Cheers,
> Hernán

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