NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — CLC Bio today said it has licensed its Combined Workbench software and its Educational Package to the University of Aarhus in Denmark.
 
CLC said terms of the five-year deal call for the school’s department of molecular biology to use the Workbench and educational software in “several hundred seats.”
 
The Combined Workbench is used in DNA, RNA, and protein analysis and contains features found in CLC’s free Workbench, Protein Workbench, and Gene Workbench, the company said.

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