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Announcing our new NCI-funded project with Google and SRA International: The Cancer Genomics Cloud

We are very excited to start on an a new, NCI-funded project with partners Google and SRA International, to develop a cloud based platform — the Cancer Genomics Cloud (CGC) — to enable cancer genomics research at unprecedented scale.

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