Accelrys Inks Software Licensing Agreement with Gulf Coast Consortia | GenomeWeb

Accelrys said this week that it has signed a five-year licensing agreement with the Gulf Coast Consortia for Quantitative Biomedical Sciences that will give investigators in the group's chemical genomics program access to its scientific software, services, and training.

According to the company, its software will be used to support multi-disciplinary research and training programs for the treatment and prevention of diseases including rare and undertreated cancers.

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