Celera Plans Unique Hardware, Software Solutions To Address Data Firehose | GenomeWeb

MIAMI BEACH, Fla.--If all goes according to plan, months from now a firehose of genomic sequence data will begin spouting from the sequencers at Celera, a new company created by Craig Venter, former president of the Institute for Genomic Research, and Perkin Elmer to sequence the human genome within three years. The project will create an unprecedented bioinformatics challenge.

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