The Interoperable Informatics Infrastructure Consortium’s demonstration of a multi-vendor analysis pipeline at last week’s BIO 2002 may have seemed like déjà vu to some observers — the group trumpeted a very similar proof of principle at the BIO 2001 meeting last year — but according to I3C officials, the organization behind the technology is wholly different than it was a year ago, and last week’s demo is just one example of bigger and better things to come.

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