The BSim framework is basically a Java based programming API that has been developed from scratch by the Bristol University student's team in the iGEM 2008 competition, in which the team won a bronze medal and overall best model prize.
BSim was created to model the stochastic interactions among bacteria and aims to promote the use of synthetic biology in solving problems in a modern way.
The BSim system is designed to be highly extendible and available for Windows, Mac OS X and UNIX systems.
BSim is a MIT License. Please read this article and discover
what exactly does MIT License mean.
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