Geospiza Wins $1.1M NIH Grant

3/17/09

Geospiza, the Seattle-based maker of software to help researchers sort through massive amounts of genomic data, said today it has received a two-year, $1.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health. It’s part of a collaboration with The HDF Group. The collaboration will aim to support biological software applications that use Hierarchical Data Format, an advanced data capability used by other demanding applications like NASA’s Earth Observing System, that helps monitor climate change, says Laura Lucas, Geospiza’s vice president of marketing.

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