BGI Opens New Copenhagen Genome Research Center | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – BGI today launched a new genomics research center in Copenhagen, marking its first such center in Europe.

The 13,000 square-foot European Genome Research Center, situated in the Copenhagen Bio Science Park at the University of Copenhagen, will focus on establishing collaborations to advance genomics in healthcare, bioenergy, agriculture, and other research areas.

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