Kees studied Computer Science and Bioinformatics, for which he did his research project on lipoprotein metabolism at TNO Quality of Life in The Netherlands and the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University, Boston. Through his many years of experience in open source software and standards development in bioinformatics, Kees has gained a deep understanding of all aspects of collaborative open source development. He founded The Hyve to facilitate open source software development in bioinformatics and clinical research.
Join the webinar on the 16th of November 2018 at 16:00 CET (03:00 PM GMT; 10:00 AM EST). Digital Transformation is a key goal of many large and small companies, as well as of most research institutes today. However, a key prerequisite and enabler[…]
The Hyve has made the “Sprout Challenger50” for 2018, which lists the top 50 of Dutch scaleups that invent new markets or turn existing business models on its head. We are honoured to be on this exciting list of innovative businesses.