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Enabling Foundational Tools for Scientific Discovery

23 New Grants Support Essential Open Source Tools in Biomedicine

We believe in a future where biomedical scientists have access to the most advanced computational tools to conduct research and can build upon, extend, and adapt these tools to meet their needs. With the Essential Open Source Software for Science (EOSS) program, we set out to support the maintenance, development, and community engagement of the most critical open source tools that researchers use on a daily basis — and to make the work…




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