BioDiscovery Launches Software Donation Program to Support Pediatric Research | GenomeWeb

Hawthorne, Calif.-based BioDiscovery has launched a software donation program aimed at assisting scientists studying pediatric diseases.

BioDiscovery, which provides software and services for DNA copy number, gene and miRNA expression, and methylation analysis, said that its program aims to support researchers with limited resources who are involved in promising projects focused on diagnosing and treating pediatric ailments.

BioDiscovery said that it will donate up to $100,000 worth of software licenses each year to eligible researchers.

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