SGI tech chief makes personalized medicine prediction; IBM's Watson battles cancer;

> Forte Research Systems and Aegis Compliance & Ethics Center announced that the two groups are working together on providing a clinical research billing compliance system. Release

> Manoj Saxena, general manager of IBM's Watson program, answered questions about the work of his group to make the "Jeopardy!"-winning supercomputer helpful to doctors who are treating cancer patients. Item

> In a guest commentary for Bio-IT World, SGI Chief Technology Officer Eng Lim Goh predicted that supercomputing will enable us to "see drugs designed, produced, and administered according to a patient's specific genomic pattern" within the next year. Item

> In a report on NHS Trust research activity in England, the U.K.'s National Institute for Health Research said that 97% of NHS Trusts took part in clinical research during 2010/2011. Release

> Japanese drugmaker Eisai has licensed ChemAxon's JChem Cartridge for Oracle, a database storage and search software, for managing chemical structure information. Release

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