Researchers translate a book into DNA code; Sanofi's YouTube channel targets insulin takers;

> Researchers have translated an entire book into sequences of DNA, presenting a potential way to store data in a compact fashion. Article

> Sanofi ($SNY) takes its digital desire for diabetics to the next level with an interactive YouTube channel for insulin takers. Item

> Thomson Reuters says that GenoSpace joined its life sciences partner ecosystem. Release

> Harvard University researchers broke a record for solving a protein folding problem with a quantum computer. Announcement

> Penguin Computing and Numira Biosciences have joined forces to provide graphics-intensive data to life sciences outfits. Item

And Finally… Check out this commentary on how data-crunching in healthcare offers benefits to various stakeholders. Item




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