“Since the sequence of the human genome was unravelled in the early noughties a vast amount of data has been generated – so much information, in fact, that it needs innovative tools to make full use of it. Enter Genestack.
Even after just five years, Genestack is a classic Cambridge firm that is flourishing as scientific research trailblazes new pathways. Developing the potential of new genomic datasets requires huge resources – if only in terms of intellectual capital. The Genestack route has been to build a bioinformatics platform that “helps you streamline big data R&D by providing a flexible data management infrastructure, visual analytics tools, pipelines and reports”.”
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