By John S. MacNeil

In bioinformatics hardware as in race cars, there are two types of people: Those who insist on purchasing the Corvette off the shelf, and those who can take an old Chevy Caprice, drop in a turbo-charged V8, and create a high-performance vehicle at half the cost of a brand-new car. In the world of bioinformatics hardware, Yoshiki Yamaguchi and his colleagues at RIKEN’s Genomic Sciences Center in Japan are those who build the hot rods.

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