Burnham Institute Renews License for NextBio Software
 
NextBio said this week that the Burnham Institute for Medical Research has renewed and expanded its license to NextBio's life-science search engine.
 
Under the terms of the expanded agreement, all scientists at the institute will gain access to the NextBio software, which allows them to search data from public and proprietary sources.
 
Financial terms of the agreement were not provided.
 

 

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