NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genome Canada said today that it, along with national and international partners, has awarded C$112 million ($90.7 million) in new grants for genomics and proteomics studies of crop plants and bioproducts.

The Genome Canada Competition funding included C$53 million from the Canadian government and C$59 million from Canadian and international partners, and was awarded through the Genome Canada Applied Genomics Research in Bioproducts or Crops program, Genome Canada said today.

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