SAN FRANCISCO, March 28 - While some researchers build a better mouse assembly, others have their eyes on creating the perfect tool to use it. Inna Dubchak, a staff scientist at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory here, is one of these scientists.

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