Bina Technologies Wants To Bring Big Data Insight To Genomic Sequencing | TechCrunch

April 2, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Bina Technologies founded in 2011 by a group of Ph.Ds, big data junkies and bioinformaticians from Stanford and University of California Berkeley, Bina picks up and analyzes this genomic data that has been, until now, almost unusable. Through Bina, research universities, pharmaceutical companies and clinicians can get access to data that focuses on the rare variants in our genetics — in other words, those that cause our predispositions to cancer, newborn disorders, down syndrom, sickle cell, and so on.

via With $6.25M In Tow, Bina Technologies Wants To Bring Big Data Insight To Genomic Sequencing | TechCrunch.

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