Bioinformatics GeneBio on Path to Independence From SIB | GenomeWeb

The history of GeneBio is a tale of the alternately converging and diverging interests of academic and for-profit science. In 1997, with the Swiss government moving to pull its funding from the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, three researchers associated with the institute decided to found GeneBio to license SIB databases and software and return a portion (GeneBio won’t say how much) of the proceeds to support SIB.

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