Biogemma Invests in Compute Infrastructure to Address Analysis Challenges Posed by Plant Genomics | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

French plant biotechnology firm Biogemma has made recent investments in IT infrastructure in a bid to better manage and analyze large quantities of genomic data associated with agricultural research.

Like the rest of the genomics field, agricultural genomics struggles with data-related bottlenecks that are further complicated by the size and complexity of plant genomes.

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