Autism Speaks, Google Partner on ASD Genomic Data Resource | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Autism Speaks said today it will collaborate with Google to create a database of genomic information on autism spectrum disorder that will be an open resource for use by autism researchers and will be available via the Google Cloud Platform.

The partners will store, analyze, and make accessible data from the Autism Speaks Ten Thousand Genomes Program (AUT10K), a collaboration between Autism Speaks and the Hospital for Sick Children's Centre for Applied Genomics.

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