Software for MinION sequencer developed; Daybreak and Bell Canyon team up;

> The opiniomics blog discussed developing software for Oxford Nanopore's MinION sequencer. Item

> Daybreak and Bell Canyon teamed up to jointly develop software for biotechs. News

> The University of Buffalo provided more details of its role in a genome research project. Post

> A University of Maryland team developed a web-based tool to visualize genome data. Article

> DNAnexus named David Shaywitz as its chief medical officer. Release

> Simulations Plus released an updated version of its molecular property prediction software. Item

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