India's supercomputer tackles cancer data overload; Cleveland Clinical to help 23andMe build Parkinson's database;

> India's Center for Development of Advanced Computing has unveiled a supercomputer to crunch genomic and biological data, aiming to advance research of cancer and other diseases. Article

> Ingenuity Systems said its Ingenuity Variant Analysis web software for studying disease-related variants in human resequencing data is now widely available. Release

> Aptiv Solutions, a CRO in based in Reston, VA, has announced the release of its technology-driven service called AptivAdvantage for conducting adaptive clinical trials. Announcement

> A new survey shows that wrapping up budgets and contracts for clinical trials was cited as the top reason for delaying studies. Report

> Eureka Genomics has joined forces with computational biologist Robert Edgar to develop algorithms that aid in the analysis of large amounts of genomic data from environmental samples. Release

> Cleveland Clinic will help personal genomics company 23andMe recruit Parkinson's disease patients into clinical trials as part of the company's ongoing effort to build a database of information on people with the chronic ailment. Release

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