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Friday, February 17, 2006 

Oracle Life Sciences Meeting

The OLSUG Conference Announcement & Agenda for the Oracle Life Sciences User Group Meeting in Boston on April 3 are now posted on the Oracle Life Sciences User Group and the OTN Life Sciences web sites.

The OLSUG Conference Program includes three tracks of industry leaders, technical experts, Oracle experts, and a Hands-on Technical Workshop with 30 PCs loaded with Oracle 10g Release 2 and a number of technical demos including: Data Mining, Statistical functions, RDF and the Semantic Web, InterMedia & Images, HTML DB (now called Applications Express), Text Mining of Medline, BLAST, JDeveloper, and other useful demos for life sciences & healthcare applications.

This is a great opportunity for customers, prospective customers and Oracle personnel to share, exchange, and experience "best practices" in the Life Sciences & Healthcare industry.


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