Despite a funding crisis that has left several of its core developers searching for new jobs, the European Molecular Biology Open Software Suite software package is on track for a new release sometime in early 2005.

Peter Rice, group leader at the European Bioinformatics Institute and EMBOSS co-founder, told BioInform last week that development on the open source package is progressing, and that he and his colleagues are “optimistic” that new funding for the project will be secured in the near future.

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