Broad Team Seeks Participants to Test-Drive GenomeSpace Software-Aggregation Environment | GenomeWeb

Researchers from the Broad Institute are seeking participants to test-drive a new software environment, called GenomeSpace, that lets researchers move their data between multiple genomic analysis tools regardless of the data's format.

Jill Mesirov, the director of computational biology and bioinformatics at the Broad Institute, announced the platform's availability during her keynote address at the Bio-IT World conference held in Boston last week.

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