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NextBio has announced a free version of its life science search engine. Now a researcher or clinician can search the world’s public life sciences data and literature – 10,000 experiments, 16 million articles, and billions of data points. Users can also import their own experimental data into the NextBio search engine, share it with the community, and collaborate with others.

‘With the public launch of the free version of our life science search engine, our goal is to make NextBio an invaluable resource for every researcher and clinician in the world,’ said Saeid Akhtari, NextBio’s co-founder and chief executive officer. ‘While we continue to grow our enterprise accounts with the world’s leading R&D companies and organisations who demand added data integration services, security and support, the free version of our product is the culmination of years of development and our vision of open collaboration.’