Does anybody know what software was shown in this movie for sequencing vaccines? It seems real.
I'm afraid the software isn't real.
Scientific/Research/Academic software tends to look like DOS/Windows 95 and Excel. Fancy graphics like those ones you showed are very very rare here because these tools are built for niche scientific audiences and without large (typically any) budget. Often they are built by the scientists themselves.
The image you show features really slick graphics and a custom UI for the OS widgets (the close/minimize buttons, the frames around the window, other UI components.) It is a LOT of work to code these kinds of things. These developers would not spend that kind of time on things that are 100% cosmetic. Especially since the default widgets are very easy to use.
Most UI for science/research/academic software is built with the WYSWYG editor in Visual Studio if they have it, or basic console style inputs if such an editor is not present.