I3C Effort Picks up Steam as Founding Members Reach Agreement on Intellectual Property Issues | GenomeWeb

When the Interoperable Informatics Infrastructure Consortium debuted this spring at the BIO 2001 conference, founding members promised an agile and swift alternative to the historically sluggish standardization process.

But the I3C’s bylaws, expected in September, are still not in place — a fact that has effectively stalled the group’s progress and raised questions about its effectiveness compared to other standards groups.

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