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Accelrys Releases Free Academic Scientific Operating Platform

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Accelrys said yesterday that it has released a new edition of its scientific operating platform that will be free for academic researchers.
 
The company said the SciTegic Pipeline Pilot Student Edition will enable researchers to create scientific software applications, integrate scientific codes, and share ideas through the academic and commercial scientific communities.
 
Accelrys said it plans to host a free library on its community website that will encourage academic and commercial researchers to share ideas.
 
The student edition comes with collections for statistics, reporting, and data- and application-integration, and it allows academics to select among the company’s scientific collections including gene expression, sequence analysis, and chemistry.

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