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Computers have played a part in the pursuit of science for most of their history. Humanity would not have made it to the moon without a myriad of computers controlling every aspect of the space flight, and computers are crucial in modern statistical analysis of data. But bioinformatics, and specifically genomics (the study of the human genome, and how it influences traits and diseases), are even more critically dependent on the use of computers, for a number of reasons. James Turner interviews the person who's responsible for doing everything from writing python scripts to packaging blood samples so they can be sent off to be biobanked.

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