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NEW YORK — Genome Canada this week announced C$76.7 million ($58.2 million) in funding over four years to support a number of research projects applying genomics in agriculture and aquaculture.

Genome Canada is providing the funding in partnership with Agriculture and Agri-food Canada (AAFC) as part of their 2018 Large-Scale Applied Research Project competition, which aimed to promote large-scale research projects using genomics in key Canadian industries.

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