Emerald Logic Applies Evolutionary Computing to Biomarker Discovery | GenomeWeb

Informatics startup Emerald Logic is hoping to make a name for itself in the biomarker identification market by offering analysis services based on evolutionary computing techniques.

Emerald's CEO Patrick Lilley told BioInform that he and Patrick O'Neill, the firm's chief technology officer, founded the company in 2011 to commercialize analysis software they'd developed based on mathematical principles from evolutionary computing.

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