Research in Life sciences,
a field undergoing profound transformations
The arrival of high throughput DNA sequencing technology has created a deluge of biological data, thrusting scientists into the digital age. The consequences of this information tsunami are far-reaching and have complexified the management, visualization and analysis of the associated data. Yet this mass of data contains infinite potential for great discoveries. To exploit these possibilities, the mastery of IT innovations is crucial.
Enancio’s innovation is focused on genomic data compression with clear objectives: speeding-up NGS analyses, lowering storage cost, lowering internal network traffic while preserving your data integrity.
Lena is a software specialized in fastq file compression. The technology was developed by Guillaume Rizk, CTO and co-founder of Enancio at the National Research Institute of Informatic and Automation (INRIA) in Rennes, France in 2015. The original compression software has evolved in order to perfectly fit into NGS analysis workflow.
Yvan Le Bras
Data management and analysis
PhD in Biology
12 years experience in massive data analysis
PhD in Computer Science
10 years experience in algorithmics for bioinformatics
Jennifer Del Giudice
6 years experience in business development
13 years experience from development to production
On the 7th of March 2019, Enancio participated in the French American Innovation Day in Houston
The European Commission delivered the seal of excellence for Enancio project proposal on genomic compression
Enancio presented Lena for genome compression at ASHG meeting in San Diego
Enancio recieves the "entreprise remarquable" award, awarded by Rennes Métropole and MBA Mutuelle. (http://www.initiative-rennes.fr)
the Initiative France granted the Initiative Remarquable Loan to Enancio
the Brittany Region granted the Initiative Rennes Loan to Enancio
Creation of Enancio SAS !
The Brittany Region granted the PHAR loan to Enancio.
First open-source contribution with the integration of MultiQC to Galaxy.
Grant from Jean Guyomarc’h Foundation.
The project is incubated by Emergys.