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    Bio-IT World: Open Science, Open Data, Open Access
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Wednesday, April 17, 2013

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    In this article, Matt Luchette summarizes two presentations at last week's Bio-IT World Conference + Expo. Both advocated for open access in the life sciences, and one was by our own 2013 Benjamin Franklin Award laureate, Steven Salzberg.

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    "Salzberg is perhaps best-known for developing a series of popular open-source software platforms, including Glimmer (a bacterial gene finder) and the Tuxedo software suite of next generation sequencing tools. Salzberg insists the software stay open-source because 'free software gets used.'"

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    www.bio-itworld.com/2013[...].html

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