NEW YORK, July 30 – Incogen received a $2 million grant from the National Institute for Standards and Technology to develop and implement a homogenous protocol based on XML and web services technology, the company announced.

The grant comes under NIST’s Advanced Technology Program, and is meant to support the technology to provide scientists with easy access to various tools used in genomics research.

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