Wash U Genomics Center to Spend $10M to Upgrade Bioinformatics Chops to Support Next-Gen Sequencers | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Genome Sequencing Center at Washington University plans to spend more than $10 million to expand its informatics center to help it handle and store data from next-generation projects performed at the school’s Genome Sequencing Center, a spokeswoman for the university told GenomeWeb Daily News today.

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