Genomics DOE releases roadmap; stresses computing, four new centers | GenomeWeb

Early this fall, the US Department of Energy released a roadmap to guide its investments in biological research for the coming years, highlighting in particular the importance to this field of high-performance computing. In other good news for systems biology scientists, part of the roadmap provides for building four new research and production facilities with specialties in protein characterization and molecular tagging; molecular imaging; proteomic analysis; and cell system modeling.

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