A challenge towards next-generation research infrastructure for advanced life science

@article{Nakamura2004ACT,
  title={A challenge towards next-generation research infrastructure for advanced life science},
  author={Haruki Nakamura and Susumu Date and Hideo Matsuda and Shinji Shimojo},
  journal={New Generation Computing},
  year={2004},
  volume={22},
  pages={157-166}
}
Recently, life scientists have expressed a strong need for computational power sufficient to complete their analyses within a realistic time as well as for a computational power capable of seamlessly retrieving biological data of interest from multiple and diverse bio-related databases for their research infrastructure. This need implies that life science strongly requires the benefits of advanced IT. In Japan, the Biogrid project has been promoted since 2002 toward the establishment of a next… CONTINUE READING
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