Incogen Wins ATP Grant to Develop XML Protocols, Tools for Web Services-Based Analysis | GenomeWeb

Incogen of Clemson, SC, said it was awarded a $2 million Advanced Technology Program grant from the National Institute for Standards and Technology for the development of a web services-based XML bioinformatics framework.

The total projected cost for the three-year project, “Development of an Extensible, Homogeneous Infrastructure for Distributed Bioinformatics Resources,” is $3.1 million, according to the ATP.

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