A Gift from Merck | GenomeWeb

A Gift from Merck

Open Access News highlights a recent blog post by John Wilbanks, announcing that Merck will establish a nonprofit called Sage to create an open-access database about the biology of disease, as well as software tools to use it. According to Wilbanks, who is on the founding board of directors for Sage, "It's not about making a quick data dump onto the web, however.

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