Insilicos, U of Washington Form Joint Venture to Market Cloud-Based Version of Rosetta Software | GenomeWeb

Insilicos, a Seattle-based biomedical software company, is partnering with the University of Washington to market a cloud-based version of the university’s Rosetta protein and molecular modeling software.

The partners have launched a new company, called Rosetta@cloud, that will offer molecular modeling and related services and storage on a pay-per-use basis via Amazon Web Services. Target customers are biotech and pharmaceutical firms interested in using the software for drug discovery.

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