Code-N Launches Early-Access Program to Let Pharmas Test-Drive Semantic Software for Patent Searches | GenomeWeb

Informatics startup Code-N has launched an early-access program that will allow pharmaceutical companies to test-drive Green Field Finder, its cloud-based semantic software that helps researchers search the patent databases to assess the competitive opportunity for drug candidates.

The early-access program will likely last for two to three months, after which Code-N plans a full launch of its flagship product, Randy Haldeman, the company's CEO, told BioInform this week.

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