'Bioinformatics Is Good for Business' | GenomeWeb

Speaking at Singularity University earlier this month, Genomera Chief Scientist Raymond McCauley said that the pessimists who say nothing substantive has come of genomics are wrong, and that the data being gathered by researchers will soon drastically change medicine, reports Forbes' Ted Greenwald.

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