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Small Parts, Big Data

For New Insights into Function, a Bigbrain in Very Small Pieces

By Anette Breindl
Science Editor

Friday, June 21, 2013

Scientifically speaking, big data projects are the order of the day. With increasing technological abilities – in computing power, but also in methods to visualize and map biological phenomena – such projects strive for comprehensiveness, most often indicated by an "ome" attached to their field of study: the genome, the transcriptome, the human microbiome.

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