Startup tries Apple-like strategy in genomics field

Bina Technologies, a Stanford University spin-off, recently emerged from stealth status and revealed its approach to use high-performance computing and cloud technology to streamline DNA data analysis. Bina is betting on the combination of computer hardware and software to become a success in the genomics field, and Bina CEO Narges Bani Asadi points to how the integration of hardware and software has proven successful for tech giant Apple ($AAPL). Article

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