TARTU - More than 400 academics, students and professionals from as far away asIceland and the United States made the journey to Tartu on Sept. 12 and 13to participate in the country's fourth annual International Gene Forum 2003.Entitled "50 Years of Double Helix," the conference was one of manyconferences all over the world to celebrate the discovery of DNA one-halfcentury ago. Organized by the Estonian Genome Foundation and EstonianBiocentre, speakers from major genetic research institutes, includingIceland's deCODE genetics, the United Kingdom's Biobank Project, andEstonia's Estonian Gen...
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