Bayer, BASF, Degussa, and Other German Firms Form Microbial Genome Research Consortium | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Several German pharmaceutical, biotech, and industrial firms announced last week that they have launched a consortium to advance industrial applications of microbial genomics research.
The consortium, called the Industrieverbund Mikrobielle Genomforschung (the industry/science association to promote microbial genome research), is partially supported by Germany’s Federal

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