ERATO Funding Ends, but SBML Lives on with Help from Growing Systems Biology Community | GenomeWeb

Anyone working in the area of systems biology research will tell you that networks are everything, but it turns out that social networks may be just as important in the field as biological ones: When the Systems Biology Markup Language project faced a funding crunch this past fall, a group of like-minded organizations pitched in financially to keep the project running.

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