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CNBC reports that Amazon invested in the startup Grail as it sees an opportunity for its cloud computing company in genomics.
The newly announced tie-up wants to alleviate the shortage of bioinformaticists by taking over data management and storage for genomics researchers.
The new partnership between Cloudian, OnRamp Bioinformatics, and ScaleMatrix seeks to cut the costs and processing time of sequencing analysis.
The head of the data center for the Precision Medicine Initiative's All of Us program discusses plans to manage records on 1 million people from dozens of sites.
The Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine has allied with the tech giant as it begins to integrate genomic and clinical data.
In Nucleic Acids Research this week: efforts to recode the Salmonella typhimurium LT2 genome, Human Genome Variation Archive database, and more.
MediSapiens has integrated its Explorer data curation, management, and analytics system with Bluebee's cloud-based NGS data analysis platform.
A CIO panel discussed why genomics IT is prepared for new security challenges and why organizations need to step up staff training and retention strategies.
Supercomputing powerhouse Cray has entered into a partnership with cloud host Markley Group, a player in Boston's biotech and genomics communities.
Researchers will now be able to analyze the data in conjunction with information from the TCGA and the CCLE.
Bloomberg reports the US Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services sent Orig3n a letter saying it has not corrected lab issues uncovered in an earlier inspection.
In an editorial at BMJ Opinion, two genetic counselors call for an increased focus on post-test patient care.
A new survey finds people in the US are getting their COVID-19 test results back faster, but not fast enough to help some viral control measures, NPR reports.
In PLOS this week: genomic analysis of malaria parasites in Ethiopia, loci linked to childhood BMI, and more.