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Microsoft computing method makes genomic sequencing seven times faster

Microsoft Research has been working in the area of genomics for more than a decade. Its innovation continues with projects like FaST-LMM for GWAS, homomorphic encryption, and the Literome project. Today, Microsoft announced that they have come up with a way to significantly reduce the time it takes to do the major computational aspects of […]
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