UPDATE: Ignite Institute Mulls Technologies, Says Launch Remains On Track | GenomeWeb

This is an updated edition of a report originally published June 21, correcting the prospective location of the institute.

By Alex Philippidis

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The startup Ignite Institute is evaluating technologies in advance of its planned launch later this year, with an eye to joining vendors in co-creating the tools it will use toward its mission of translating personalized medicine discoveries, President and CEO Dietrich Stephan told GenomeWeb Daily News.

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