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==Scientific==
==Scientific==
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*[http://www.genomecompiler.com/?utm_source=refferal_website&utm_medium=referral&utm_term=computing&utm_content=website&utm_campaign=openwetware Genome Compiler] - a free all-in-one DNA design software
*[[Computing/Robotics|Robotics software (Liquid Handling, etc)]]
*[[Computing/Robotics|Robotics software (Liquid Handling, etc)]]
*[[Protocols|''In silico'' protocols]] on OWW
*[[Protocols|''In silico'' protocols]] on OWW
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*[http://research.med.helsinki.fi/plasmadna/ PlasmaDNA] is a freeware program designed to analyse and manipulate DNA sequences to simulate restriction enzyme digestions, ligations and PCR.  Identical versions are available for PC and Mac operating systems.
*[http://research.med.helsinki.fi/plasmadna/ PlasmaDNA] is a freeware program designed to analyse and manipulate DNA sequences to simulate restriction enzyme digestions, ligations and PCR.  Identical versions are available for PC and Mac operating systems.
*The [http://tranche.proteomecommons.org/ Tranche Project] is a free and open source file sharing tool that enables collections of computers to easily share and cite scientific data sets.
*The [http://tranche.proteomecommons.org/ Tranche Project] is a free and open source file sharing tool that enables collections of computers to easily share and cite scientific data sets.
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==Software development==
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*[http://cyberunits.sourceforge.net CyberUnits], a library of reusable Pascal units for high-performance computer simulations in life sciences.
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*[http://wiki.lazarus.freepascal.org/Portal:SciTech Lazarus/FPC SciTech Portal], Lazarus and Free Pascal for Science, medicine and technology.
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*[http://puma-repository.sourceforge.net/ PUMA Repository], Pascal Units for Medical Applications
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