BGI and decoding genomes for less than an iPhone; University of Leeds taps Dotmatics software;

> Thanks to groups like BGI-Shenzhen, decoding a human genome will soon cost less than an iPhone, MIT Technology Review reports. Feature

> The University of Leeds in the U.K. has begun to use Dotmatics' Vortex software to analyze complex data from life sciences experiments. Item

> Aptiv Solutions, a CRO focused on adaptive clinical trials, revealed progress in developing its software-supported platform for designing adaptive clinical trials. Release

> Softberry has released multiple software applications for academic users to conduct genomic and proteomic research. Release

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