Early this week, Life Science Leader – a widely-read monthly publication for life science executives – posted an article I wrote about "Is the Future Of High-Performance Computing For Life Sciences Cloudy?" It covers a number of different topics including work we've done with Schrödinger on Amazon EC2, and the benefits of using Clusters As a Service on the Cloud. We think that cloud-based HPC/HTC are going to change the way life science researchers get their work done, especially with applications like Schrödinger's Glide.
Update: Since this came out it has also been covered by Matthew Dublin at Genome Web. Matthew has some other great articles, including an overview of acceleration techniques in bioinformatics and an article on Nature Biotech ponders the cloud.