Sun Forms Industry-Wide Collaboration to Develop Open Platform for Life Sciences | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb 21 - Sun Microsystems said Wednesday it would partner with the Biotechnology Industry Organization, the National Cancer Institute, and several commercial bioinformatics vendors to support a collaborative effort to develop an open platform for the life sciences based on Java and XML.

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