Biological Innovation for Open Society

Biological Innovation for Open Society (BIOS) ist eine Initiative, um das Open Source-Konzept auf biologische Innovationen auszudehnen. Gestartet wurde die Initiative durch das gemeinnützige Forschungsinstitut CAMBIA.

Anfang 2005 veröffentlichte die Initiative drei neue Genfähren unter ihrer Lizenz.

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