Challenge Accepted

A bioinformatics competition being held by the X Prize Foundation is underway to help refine how the group will judge the Archon Genomics X Prize winners, the foundation says. The competition, which comes with a $2,500 prize, challenges entrants to improve the foundation's bioinformatics pipeline.

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