Genia aims to sequence human genome for $100; Intel backs computational biology projects;

> Genia has shown an early version of the machine it hopes will sequence human genomes for less than $100. Post

> Intel ($INTC) is working with the University of Tennessee on computational biology projects. News

> IHealth Lab has unveiled its Apple-inspired, app-enabled wireless glucose monitoring system. Article

> The FDA is assessing whether some labs should report data in both Système International and U.S. Conventional units. Page

> Bio-IT World has taken a look at Illumina's ($ILMN) plans for its BaseSpace app store. Feature

> Machine learning algorithms could help identify the most promising vaccine candidates. Abstract

> The Broad Institute has received additional funding to boost genomic research capacity in Mexico. Release

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