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PNNL Researchers Earn Top Honors at Supercomputing Conference

December 3, 2008

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The amount of DNA sequence data to be analyzed is piling up. Now, genome sequence analysis can be made interactive and intuitive, helping researchers find hidden relationships in massive amounts of data. This award-winning program combined multiple databases, analysis software and a "visualization technology" that presents data in unique visual patterns and allows users to interactively explore them. Full Story

DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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