Cognia Partners with Columbia to Develop New Clustering Algorithms | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, May 6 - Cognia said today that it is collaborating with the Columbia University Center for Advanced Information Management on the development of new clustering algorithms for mining large sets of biological data.

 

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