NEW YORK, July 5 - Compaq Computer's recent decision to sell its Alpha integrated circuit chip technology to Intel, and to eventually standardize on Intel's Itanium chip, "has been very warmly accepted by the life science market at large," said Lionel Binns, worldwide life and materials science group manager for high-performance technical computing at Compaq. 

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