Lincoln Stein, Sean Ekins, Robert Voelkner, John Tyson | GenomeWeb

The Bioinformatics Organization, a bioinformatics open source advocacy group, announced that it will award the 2004 Benjamin Franklin Award in Bioinformatics to Lincoln Stein of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Bioinformatics.Org presents the award annually to an individual who has “promoted free and open access to the materials and methods used in the scientific field of bioinformatics.” The award will be presented at the fourth annual meeting of Bioinformatics.Org on March 31.

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