Genome research creating data that’s too big for IT

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The biomedical research community is generating data at rate that has simply overcome the ability of traditional IT tools to make the best scientific uses of it.
At least that is the gist of a letter this month to the cancer research community from George Komatsoulis, chief information officer of the National Cancer Institute, which is soliciting best practices on how to overcome the challenge.

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