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Madison, Wis. - To address non-existent sales to the nation's small colleges, DNASTAR, Inc. has announced it will provide grants to small colleges to help them acquire its Lasergene sequence analysis software.

The nation's small colleges produce some novel scientific research, but they don't always have the resources to invest in advanced resea......

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State university schools are among the potential new customers that might emerge as a result of Rising Star - not UW-Madison, and probably not UW-Milwaukee, but smaller public universities and private colleges. To qualify for the funding, institutions must not have been prior customers of DNASTAR, and they must not enjoy large amounts of fed......

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DNASTAR has site licenses with three of the top four pharmaceutical companies, but there is growing momentum for academic organizations to focus their purchasing on one group. Schwei said site licensing is simpler for centralized information technology managers to administer and coordinate, and there is a significant volume pricing benefit in using the same tool across departments. ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/01/06


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