LabKey Software Joins Microsoft's BioIT Alliance | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Seattle-based firm LabKey Software, a maker of open-source software for researchers working on large-scale, collaborative projects, said today that it has joined the BioIT Alliance.
 
The Microsoft-led BioIT Alliance is a consortium of software and biotechnology companies that are working together to advance personalized medicine and drug development using the Microsoft platform.
 

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