OBF Participation in GSoC 2010 Bears Fruit for Open Source; Expectations High for 2011 | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

Following a successful first outing last year, the Open Bioinformatics Foundation will this year once again participate in the Google Summer of Code internship program along with newcomers the National Resource for Network Biology and the Organization for Genome Informatics.

Googleincluded the three bioinformatics projects among more than 160 mentoring organizations selected for this summer's internship.

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