Southern Cross University Taps TimeLogic's FPGAs to Support Plant Genome Analysis | GenomeWeb

Active Motif subsidiary TimeLogic said this week that Australia's Southern Cross University will use its field programmable gate array-based DeCypher system to analyze genetic data for plant-based research projects.

In a statement, Graham King, director of SCU's Southern Cross Plant Science center, said that researchers at the institute have begun using the system to analyze genomic data for research into crops, forestry and horticulture.

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