By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Aureus Pharma said today that it will participate in the Biointelligence R&D Programme, a €118.2 million ($159.8 million) European consortium focused on promoting the use of systemic modeling and simulation tools for biomedical databases.

The Paris-based company said that it could receive an estimated €3.5 million for its participation in the program, under which it will contribute knowledge management and content development.

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