- Benchtop Seq
- Celebration Campaign
Our software is made for biologists by biologists, so it’s easy to analyze, visualize, and compare DNA, RNA, and Protein data, as well as run advanced workflows with large and complicated datasets.
In close collaboration with researchers and clinicians, we have developed software that can be used in the worldwide fight against cancer.
Our software enables you to run advanced workflows and analyze big intricate datasets, which is why the world’s leading agricultural companies and institutions are using our platform for plant and animal research.
To help democratize sequencing, we have decided to provide a 6-month free license for CLC Genomics Workbench to all labs or organizations that own a benchtop NGS sequencing instrument.
While the acronym behind the “CLC” part of CLC bio, a QIAGEN Company, remains a secret with the founding brothers of CLC bio, it has been suggested that it stands for Cake-Loving Company.
CLC bio, a QIAGEN Company, is an established world-class bioinformatics software and hardware solution provider, serving the analysis needs of biological researchers within pharmaceutical, agro, biotech, clinical, and academic . . .
CLC bio LLC is a QIAGEN Company with American headquarters in Cambridge, MA, and the global headquarters in Aarhus, Denmark.CLC bio, a QIAGEN Company, is an established world-class . . .
CLC bio, a QIAGEN company, is an established world-class bioinformatics software and hardware solution provider, serving the analysis needs of biological researchers within pharmaceutical, agro, biotech, clinical, and academic . . .
In October, together with Intel, we visited cities across the U.S. and hosted six User Group Meetings
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- Pubertal onset research
- Colon cancer project
Seeking growth with Molegro
Molegro specializes in molecular docking software, which aids in predicting and analyzing protein-ligand interactions, screening for activity against receptors and determining molecule similarity.
Is There a Niche for a Standalone NGS Supercomputer?
CLC bio’s VP communications, Lasse Görlitz, says the company is preparing to launch an upgraded version of the CLC Genomics Machine, which will include two 8-core Intel Xeon E5-2650 CPUs; 64 Gigabytes RAM, 24 Terabytes storage, and a 64-bit Linux.
CLC bio enters drug discovery software market with Molegro acquisition