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Cognia Licenses Information Management System to Bioseek, Harvard, Yale, SUNY Binghamton

NEW YORK, April 22 (GenomeWeb News) - Cognia has licensed its Cognia Molecular information management system to Bioseek, of Burlingame, Calif., as well as research groups at Harvard Medical School, Yale Medical School, and SUNY Binghamton, the company said today.

 

BioSeek will use the platform to manage its systems biology data, while the Yale, Harvard and SUNY researchers will use it to manage public and private research data, and to share information with collaborators.

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