updated 12:30 am EDT, Tue May 11, 2004
Apple has announced a new involving its 'Workgroup Cluster for Bioinformatics,' which "makes it easy for every life scientist to harness the immense power of computational clusters." Apple is seeking five of America's "best life science researchers," each of whom will receive an award of the cutting-edge research technology they need to reach their scientific goals. Through a formal call for applications, Apple will award five fully provisioned, all-inclusive Apple Workgroup Clusters to four higher education researchers and one non-education researcher. Over $200,000 in cluster hardware and software will be awarded during this program.