Dassault-led European BioIntelligence Project to Modify Manufacturing IT Strategy for Life Sciences R&D | GenomeWeb

By Vivien Marx

The French government's tech transfer and funding agency OSEO is funding a public-private consortium that aims to adapt a data-management strategy commonly used in the manufacturing industry to the life science sector.

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