News Briefs from the ISMB 2006 Conference Floor: Sander and Friends Establish ‘Cashew Prize’ to Encourage Deposition of Knowledge | GenomeWeb
Sander and Friends Establish ‘Cashew Prize’ to Encourage Deposition of Knowledge
In an effort to stimulate development of software tools that will encourage authors of scientific papers to deposit biological knowledge into public repositories, Chris Sander of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and a number of other bioinformatics scientists have created the “Cashew Prize.”

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