Carmel, Indiana., Aug 29, 2019 - Karyosoft shared our work with Christopher L. Adam (CLAdam@prf.org) from Purdue Research Foundation (PRF) which was published this month. Here is the link to the article: https://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2019/Q3/google-of-microbes-could-provide-digital-data-from-bacteria-to-solve-world-problems-in-health,-crops.html. This article appeared in Phys.org, which has a circulation of more than 6 millions (https://phys.org/news/2018-09-startup-software-anazlyze-vast-microbiomes.html) and also on Press Release Point, Publicnow, U.S. Fed News and Targeted News Service. It also appeared in Purdue Today, which is distributed to all Purdue faculty and staff.
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