1. How many times did you participate in BGRS?
2. How did you get the information about the conference?
3. Which of the plenary presentations was the most interesting for you?
a. Mazo I. et al. Ariadne Genomics, Inc., Rockville, USA, MOLECULAR NETWORKS IN MAMMALS: EXTRACTION FROM LITERATURE AND MICROARRAY
b. Rodin S.N. et al. Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope, Duarte, CA, USA, GENE DUPLICATIONS IN EVOLUTION: FROM ORIGIN OF THE GENETIC CODE TO THE HUMAN GENOME
c. Ivanov A.S. et al. Institute of Biomedical Chemistry RAMS, Moscow, Russia.PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS AS NEW TARGETS FOR DRUG DESIGN: INTERACTIVE LINKS BETWEEN VIRTUAL AND EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES
d. Samsonova M.G. et al. St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University, St. Petersburg, RussiaSYSTEMS BIOLOGY OF SEGMENT DETERMINATION
4. What topics of the plenary session can you offer for the next Conference?
5. Which sections are the most interesting for you?
a. COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS AND TRANSCRIPTOMICS
b. COMPUTATIONAL STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL PROTEOMICS
c. COMPARATIVE AND EVOLUTIONARY GENOMICS AND PROTEOMICS
d. COMPUTATIONAL SYSTEMS BIOLOGY
e. NEW APPROACHES TO BIOMOLECULAR DATA AND PROCESSES ANALYSIS/MODELING
6. What new sections would you offer to organize and what new scientific problems are to be discussed?
7. What would you advise for improving the technical support and organization of the Conference?
8. What is your opinion about the social program (score)?
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9. What is your opinion about the technical support and organization of the Conference (score)?
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10. What changes you would propose for the format and content of the Conference (e.g. organization of round tables, tutorials, software presentations, etc.)?
11. Would you like to be informed of the next BGRS events (Yes/No)?
12. If you want to be informed, please, put down your e-mail address
13. Country of residence