North Carolina Supplement: Sassy Startup Takes on Triangle | GenomeWeb

Russ Wolfinger, head of genomics for the software giant SAS, says it’s the collegial atmosphere that gives the company’s bioinformatics spinout, iBiomatics, a leg up. As powerful desktop machines and increasing network bandwidth approach ubiquity, the benefit of proximity is sometimes lost. But not in North Carolina’s Research Triangle, where genomics investors, researchers, and executives are banding together to meet the needs of a nascent industry.

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