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DNAStar was recently awarded a $485,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute to continue developing a new research analysis pipeline for genome-wide association studies in clinical settings.

DNAStar has launched NovaFold — a protein structure prediction tool for its Lasergene Protean 3d software — that is based on I-Tasser, a software package developed by Yang Zhang's laboratory at the University of Michigan.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bioinformatics software firm DNAStar said today it received a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research Grant in support of R&D aimed at expanding the company's sequence assembly and analysis software.

DNAStar said this week that that the University of Nebraska Medical Center has purchased a site license for its Lasergene software for sequence data assembly and analysis.

Several bioinformatics companies who signed on to Illumina’s BaseSpace program released their applications for the cloud infrastructure this week at the American Society of Human Genetics conference.

DNAStar said this week that that it has received a fast-track Phase I and Phase II Small Business
Innovation award from the National Institutes of Health to support the development of sequence analysis software for the clinical research market.

Pacific Biosciences has launched its MagBead Station for the PacBio RS, which enables less input DNA and increases the number of reads between four and 10 kilobases long that are captured with each SMRT cell.

OpenEye has released AFITT 2.2.0, an application designed to help crystallographers fit ligands to observed data.

DNAStar said this week that Heidelberg University's Center for Molecular Biology has chosen its Lasergene software suite to meet its next-generation sequence data assembly and analysis needs.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Institutes of Health has awarded a Small Business Innovation Research grant to DNAStar to fund the development of software for engineering antibodies.

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Nebula Genomics will be auctioning George Church's genome as a nonfungible token, according to The Scientist.

Anthony Gregg, the outgoing president of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, has resigned after using racially insensitive language. 

Facebook has developed an artificial intelligence approach to predict how drugs interact in cells, New Scientist reports.

In PNAS this week: adaptations among high-altitude Mycobacterium tuberculosis, response of multiple myeloma cells to chemotherapy-induced stress, and more.