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Belgian Bioinformatics Firm AlgoNomics Wins 1M Grant from Government

NEW YORK, Feb. 22 - Belgian bioinformatics company has been awarded €1 million, or roughly $875,000, by the Flemish Institute for Science and Technology, the company said.


AlgoNomics, based in Ghent, said the cash will help develop its structural bioinformatics platform, "including further improvements of its target validation and protein analysis technology," as it applies to HIV research.


Founded in 1999, AlgoNomics last June earned €1.8 million euros, or approximately $1.5 million at the time, in a second round of private financing.

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