SDSC's Swami Revamps Decade-Old Biology Workbench; Plans Fall Launch | GenomeWeb
The San Diego Supercomputer Center’s Biology Workbench is getting a makeover as it approaches its tenth birthday.
Mark Miller, principal investigator for the redesigned system, called Swami, said that the new version should be available the end of summer. Swami will fully replace the Biology Workbench to serve the approximately 32,000 users currently registered for the platform, which allows biologists to search a number of protein and nucleic acid sequence databases through a single web-based interface.

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