EU Research Group Awarded $1.7M to Develop Informatics Infrastructure for Infectious Disease Diagnostics | GenomeWeb

A research group led by scientists from the Cork Institute of Technology has received a €1.3 million ($1.7 million) grant from the European Commission for a four-year project, dubbed ClouDx-i, that will focus on the development of cloud computing techniques for large-scale bacterial genome sequencing and infectious disease diagnostics.

Besides CIT, researchers from CIT spinout NSilico and the University of Edinburgh’s division of pathway medicine will also work on ClouDx-i.

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