FROM ACQUISITION TO ARCHIVE
Funded by the Novartis Research Foundation, Friedrich Miescher Institute (FMI) is internationally recognized as a center of excellence in biomedical research and has a strong record of innovation in the molecular biology of disease. Current research focuses on the study of genetics, cancer, and neurobiology, and involves approximately 360 researchers and more than 100 instruments. As a result, a wide variety of research technologies are used, creating a heterogeneous environment and generating anywhere from 10 TB to a few GB per run.
|Dealing with the Challenges of Large Life Science Data Sets from Acquisition to Archive
Dean Flanders, Head of Informatics, Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research presents: “Dealing with the Challenges of Large Life Science Data Sets from Acquisition to Archive”