SRS Inventor Thure Etzold Discusses Data Integration s Past and Future | GenomeWeb

Thure Etzold, managing director of Lion Bioscience, Cambridge, UK

Thure Etzold is living proof that the field of bioinformatics marches to the beat of an over-caffeinated drummer. The inventor of SRS, the data integration system marketed by Lion Bioscience, Etzold speaks about the technology with the air of a veteran: “SRS is so old,” he says of the software he first released in 1990. “But it’s been constantly moving,” he adds, lest anyone think SRS runs on punchcards.

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