NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Biogemma has renewed its license to BioWisdom’s SRS bioinformatics package for a term of three years, Cambridge, UK-based BioWisdom said today.
 
Biogemma uses the data integration platform for crop research. The SRS platform has enabled the firm to “build our bioinformatics environment, which we now share in the frame of our collaborations with crops research companies,” said Olivier Dugas, upstream genomics coordinator for Paris-based Biogemma.
 

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