NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Kinematic will team with Microsoft and several other life sciences and software companies and organizations by joining the BioIT Alliance, the company said Monday.

The alliance, started by Microsoft in 2006, aims to develop software and information management tools that can help speed the advance of drug development and personalized medicine.
 
San Diego-based Kinematic provides a software system called eNovator that life sciences companies can use to help capture, manage, and reuse data and information.  

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