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 FROM BIO-IT WORLD  

 Gemini Launch From Nimbus Signals Possibilities for Flash Storage
Bio-IT World | Nimbus Data Systems doesn’t have a life sciences customer
on a par with its marquee clients eBay and Lockheed Martin, but chances
are good that the rapidly growing performance, endurance and affordability
of flash storage -- as featured in Nimbus’ new Gemini system -- will soon
be winning over customers.
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 CLC bio Acquires Danish Drug Discovery Software Company Molegro
Bio-IT World | The bioinformatics firm CLC bio has acquired fellow Danish
company Molegro, a drug discovery software company focusing on molecular
docking and protein-ligand interactions.
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 Video: John Boyce Previews the Consumer Genetics Conference
Bio-IT World | John Boyce, CEO GnuBio and the co-founder of The Consumer
Genetics Conference, discusses the history behind this successful show and
previews the highlights of the 2012 program, being held October 3-5 in Boston.
 
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FROM ELSEWHERE  

 Why Big Data is Big: The Digital Nervous System
O'Reilly Radar | Where does all the data in "big data" come from? Web companies
are the forerunners. Driven by social, mobile and cloud technology, there is an
important transition taking place, leading to a data-enabled world that those companies
inhabit today.
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 CAP Releases Clinical Next-Gen Sequencing Checklist
CAP Today | With more and more clinical labs turning to next-generation sequencing
(NGS), the College of American Pathologists has published the United States' first
standards for accrediting labs that perform NGS for clinical purposes.
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 Active in Cloud, Amazon Reshapes Computing
New York Times | Within a few years, Amazon.com's creative destruction of both
traditional book publishing and retailing may be footnotes to the company’s larger and
more secretive goal: giving anyone on the planet access to an almost unimaginable
amount of computing power.
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