From October 29th to November 2nd, MIT played host to a series of meetings in the area of regulatory genomics. The conference was a combination of the 5th annual RECOMB Satellite on Regulatory Genomics, the 4th annual RECOMB Satellite on Systems Biology, and the 3rd annual DREAM reverse engineering challenge. Co-organized by CSAIL and the Broad Institute, this year’s conference surpassed all previous years in both complexity and success. The conference boasted more than five hundred attendees from twenty-four countries and over two hundred and fifty abstracts. Ninety-three talks were given over a period of five days, and twenty-four of the papers submitted were published in three partner scientific journals. To learn more about the conference or its organizers (who included CSAIL Professor Manolis Kellis), visit its website here.