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Tech meets bio

IBM computers and Microsoft software have been mainstays of biomedical studies for years. But, in the past decade, software and technology companies have increasingly been taking a more active role in biological research. Monica Heger profiles four of the movers and shakers who have been leading the charge.

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Heger, M. Tech meets bio. Nat Med 16, 844–847 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/nm0810-844

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