It’s Time to Put the Squeeze on Genomic Data

June 4, 2012

The explosion of sequenced genomes threatens to overwhelm the world's storage capacity. Read more…

Thus Begins the Era of the $1,000 Genome

January 11, 2012

The latest DNA sequencers can map a human genome in a single day, but useful analysis of the results will still be a bottleneck. Read more…

BGI Speeds Genome Analysis with GPUs

December 15, 2011

The data deluge in the life sciences is no where more acute than at Chinese genomics powerhouse BGI, which probably sequences more DNA than any other organization in the world. To turn that data into something meaningful for genomic researchers, the institute has begun to employ GPU-accelerated HPC to greatly reduce processing times. In doing so, BGI was able to increase computational throughput by an order of magnitude or more. Read more…

The Genomics Conundrum

May 11, 2011

DNA sequencing technology outruns genomic analysis. Read more…

Boosting Biology with High Performance Clouds

April 11, 2011

Dr. Asoke K. Taukder discusses the range of biological applications that can be run in a cloud environment and provides an overview of how high performance computing in the cloud can reshape the way research in the life science is performed. Read more…

Sequencing a Genome a Week

July 13, 2009

New gene sequencing tools and more powerful computers are changing the face of genomics. Read more…

Cloudy With a Chance of HPC

July 1, 2009

The popularity of cloud computing in the life sciences community was on full display at April's Bio-IT World conference. Read more…

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