IU Cheminformatics Team Builds on NHGRI Roadmap Grant with $49K from Microsoft | GenomeWeb

Just a few months after it received a $363,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to create one of six national Exploratory Centers for Cheminformatics Research, the Indiana University School of Informatics has secured funding from Microsoft for another cheminformatics project.

IU said last week that it had received $49,000 under the Microsoft Smart Clients for eScience program to develop a prototype of an integrated cheminformatics system built on Microsoft's .Net web services framework.

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