I3C Aligns with W3C to Drive Semantic Web Tech into Life Science Applications | GenomeWeb

The organization that brought you HTML, XML — and pretty much every other acronym that makes the web function — may play a big role in the next generation of bioinformatics tools. As the World Wide Web Consortium’s semantic web development effort gathers steam, the W3C is strengthening its ties with the life science informatics community, which it has identified as an important early adopter of semantic web technologies.

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