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September 12th, 2006

Accelrys Announces Inaugural NanoBiology Initiative Meeting

Abstract:
Accelrys, Inc. (NASDAQ:ACCL), a leading provider of scientific software and workflow solutions, today announced its NanoBiology Initiative's first member organization, Italy's University of Trieste. The NanoBiology Initiative's first meeting will explore how multi-scale modeling will enable the design of material properties and other factors critical to biomedical research and development.

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