More bioinformatics support for users of Life Tech's Ion Proton sequencer; Karmanos adds an app to the menu of software for clinical trials searches;

> Eureka Genomics has tailored its bioinformatics services for the desktop DNA sequencer called Ion Proton from Life Technologies ($LIFE). Release

> The German Cancer Research Center has installed two hybrid-core computers from Convey Computer. Announcement

> The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute has released an app for mobile Apple products for patients to search for clinical trials from the Detroit-based research and treatment center. Item

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