NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The University of Houston said yesterday that it has exclusively licensed a set of bioinformatics software tools to startup Eureka Genomics.
 
Eureka Genomics is a University of Houston spinoff that was founded last year. The company is developing bioinformatics products for use in healthcare, agriculture, pathogen surveillance, and other biotechnology applications.
 

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