$3M for Cornell Crop Genomics Center Added to US House Bill | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 5 (GenomeWeb News) - Cornell University could receive $3 million for the construction of its Center for Health Based Crop Genomics, in addition to $10.6 million in other agricultural genetics funding, under a $16.7 billion agriculture bill expected to be approved by the US House of Representatives later this summer, a local Ithaca, New York press report said.

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