NEW YORK, May 8 - InforSense today said it has donated to the Shanghai government its discovery informatics platform together with a "range" of life-science applications to help it discover a SARS vaccine. The donation includes InforSense's Kensington Discovery Edition enterprise discovery platform, deployment tools, and domain applications, InforSense said.
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