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Collaboration is important to most organizations but it is particularly important to the scientists around the world who are researching the complex structures of the SARS virus and cancer cells. When doing their work and planning future work it is vital
that they are able to see, benefit from, and not duplicate the work of others. To tackle these collaboration needs
TSRI has partnered with
Interknowlogy to build a revolutionary data sharing and visualization application they call the Collaboration Molecular Environment (C-ME). C-ME uses WPF, WinForms, and Office 2007 to front end Sharepoint 2007 . In this video Dr. Peter Kuhn from TSRI
and Tim Huckaby from Interknowlogy show us a demo of C-ME, talk about its origins and the impact it is having on how they operate.
Learn more about the technologies behind this application here.
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