NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The University of Copenhagen has bought a site license for CLC bio’s Combined Workbench and Educational Suite software platforms, CLC bio said today.

Under the agreement, the department of biology at the university has licensed access to the software for five years for “several hundred seats,” the company said.

The university’s genomics projects include retrieving DNA from fossils, gene regulation and SNP cancer research, primate genome evolution, bacterial genome sequencing, and other programs.

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