Berkeley Sequencing Pioneer Awarded $2.4M to Develop Test for Life on Mars | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 13 (GenomeWeb News) - NASA has awarded a University of California, Berkeley, chemist nearly $2.4 million to apply technologies originally developed for genome sequencing to detect life on Mars.

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