DOD Grant Helps 3rd Millennium Develop Bioinformatics System for Microarray Data | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb. 13 - The US Department of Defense has awarded 3rd Millennium a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research grant to help it develop a bioinformatics system for microarray data management and analysis, 3rd Millennium said on Wednesday.

The DOD, whose award is worth $68,692, anticipates the research will improve its own work into understanding infectious diseases.


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