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Inscripta: Simon Cawley and Nandini Krishnamurthy

Genome engineering company Inscripta has named Simon Cawley as the head of computational biology and software engineering, and Nandini Krishnamurthy as the head of microbial genome engineering applications. 

Cawley will be responsible for leading the strategic definition and execution of Inscripta's informatics solutions. He has more than 20 years of bioinformatics experience, and previously served in similar leadership roles at Thermo Fisher Scientific, Life Technologies, Ion Torrent, and Affymetrix. 

Krishnamurthy has more than 15 years of research experience in areas including genetics, computational biology, and genome editing, and has served in various positions at DuPont Pioneer, Genentech, the University of California, Berkeley, and Rockefeller University.

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