NSF pumps $1.4M into new scientific workflow module; Rosetta Genomics raises $1.5M:

> The National Science Foundation is providing a $1.4 million grant to the San Diego Supercomputer Center and the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2) at UCSD to develop a Kepler Scientific Workflow System module. Item

> GenomeQuest, a provider of software for genome research, has formed a clinical advisory board to help guide the use of the firm's technology in the delivery of healthcare. Release

> BioStat International released a new web-based electronic data capture software system called rED Cap, which is designed to provide affordable management of data for clinical research involving multiple locations. Announcement

> Genia, a developer of electronic sequencing systems that use microchip tech, has garnered support from industry heavyweight Life Technologies ($LIFE). Article

> Rosetta Genomics, which combines bioinformatics and lab discoveries to develop microRNA-based diagnostics, said last week that it expects $1.5 million in gross proceeds from a previously announced private placement. Release

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