July 4, 2004

Stem cell research, high-end Linux solution

Princeton is using IBM's technologies to run its stem cell research databaseâa unique repository to support knowledge-seeking efforts of scientists that may eventually result in a better future for those who fall victim to Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, spinal cord injury, diabetes, and strokes. In using these technologies, Princeton's scientists access, share, and collaborate on data with researchers worldwide.

In this interview, Princeton's Dr. Douglas Welsh, Lecturer and Senior Professional Technical Staff Member, Department of Molecular Biology, discusses how Power Architecture and 64-bit Linux support the department's research efforts.

Link: AME Info


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