VBI, European Media Laboratory Partner On Pathway Software | GenomeWeb

Researchers from Virginia Tech’s Virginia Bioinformatics Institute are collaborating with Germany’s European Media Laboratory to develop software that will simulate biochemical networks.

COPASI, or complex pathway simulator, is based on software developed by VBI’s Pedro Mendes and EML’s Ursula Kummer. Mendes sees the collaboration as an opportunity to extend the functionality of a system he’s been developing over the past ten years, GAPASI, or general pathway simulator.

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