Active Motif Sees Double-Digit Growth in Time Logic Group, New Deals for AKS2 | GenomeWeb
Active Motif this week announced that the Translational Genomics Research Institute had licensed its AlmaKnowledgeServer2 text-mining software, developed by Spain’s Bioalma.
 
The deal was the second agreement for the software since it was upgraded in the fall, and caps a year of double-digit growth for Active Motif’s other informatics business, TimeLogic.
 

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