Genomic Science Breakthroughs Are Happening Faster Than Ever Thanks to HPC

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Since the premier of the wildly popular 1993 dinosaur cloning film Jurassic Park, the sciences featured in the film, genetic engineering and genomics, have advanced at breathtaking rates. When the film was released, the Human Genome Project was already working on sequencing the entire human genome for the first time. They completed the project in 2003 after 13 years and at a cost of $1 billion. Today, the human genome can be sequenced in less than a day and at a cost of less than $1,000. One leading genomics research organization, The Wellcome Sanger Institute in England, is on a mission to im…

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