Duke moves into new digs to support Google Baseline collaboration

Duke University has expanded its presence on the North Carolina Research Campus to support its work with Google ($GOOG) and other partners. Google began working with Duke last year on its Baseline project, which is gathering and analyzing data from healthy people. From July, the partners will collaborate on the project at a 5,000-square-foot office and accompanying exam rooms on the campus. Article | Release

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