Cornell bags grant to accelerate genomics data transfer

The National Science Foundation has awarded Cornell University a grant to cut the time it takes to transfer data. Cornell is working to accelerate the transfer of genomics data between two campuses. If the approach works, it will be rolled out at other universities and government agencies. More

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