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NYSTAR Eyes Advisory Board to Drum Up Life-Sci Supercomputing Demand
The New York State Foundation for Science and Technology Research, or NYSTAR, will work with professionals in the life sciences and other industries to develop programs for increasing the use of the state-funded IBM supercomputer at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute by researchers and others.

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