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IBM Founds $29M Institute For Computing Research


YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY--IBM has founded the Deep Computing Institute, a $29 million research institute to foster collaboration between experts in academia and industry in addressing challenging business and scientific problems.

Bioinformatics professionals on the institute's advisory board include: Manuel Peitsch, director of scientific computing for Glaxo Wellcome Experimental Research and Chris Sander, chief information science officer at Millennium Predictive Medicine.

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