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[12/3/2013] Tute Genomics appoints Dr. Mingfu Zhu as Director of Bioinformati...

[12/3/2013] BioNano Genomics Announces the Adoption of Irys System by the Gar...

[11/25/2013] Genomic Health and Almac Group Enter Exclusive In-Licensing Agree...

[11/25/2013] Chinese scientists reveal the genomic enigma of desert poplar

[11/24/2013] New genomic study provides a glimpse of how whales could adapt to...

[11/19/2013] Biogas Consortium Using Genedata Selector for Metagenomics-based ...

[11/5/2013] Healthcare VC Dr. Dinesh Patel to serve on Tute Genomics Board of...

[10/31/2013] Tute Genomics Launches at 2013 ASHG Conference

[10/25/2013] Baylor, DNAnexus, Amazon Web Services collaboration enables large...

[10/25/2013] KEW Group Launches CancerPlex(SM) Assay to Bring State-of-the-Art...

[10/25/2013] BioNano Genomics Announces The Purchase Of The Irys System By The...

[10/25/2013] Personal Genome Diagnostics and MolecularMD Collaborate to Provid...

[10/23/2013] NextCODE Health Launches Operations with Exclusive License to Lev...

[10/21/2013] Claritas Genomics to Sequence Exomes for VA Million Veteran Progr...

[9/30/2013] Coimbra Genomics and BGI join forces to conquer stomach cancer

[9/25/2013] New NIH-funded resource focuses on use of genomic variants in med...

[9/24/2013] Georgia State researcher gets $499,209 NSF grant to advance socio...

[9/19/2013] Genetics in Medicine publishes special issue dedicated to genomic...

[9/17/2013] Mayo Clinic hosts NIH genomics director at Individualizing Medici...

[9/11/2013] Chinese Leader in Genomics Joins Science Center's Port Commun...


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