NEW YORK, March 6 – Celera subsidiary Paracel is making available pre-owned units of its GeneMatcher Plus life sciences supercomputer for $105,000 to academic researchers around the world, the company said Tuesday.

This offer, which the company has named the GeneMatcher for Education program, follows Paracel’s January launch of GeneMatcher2, a significantly more powerful supercomputer.

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