DOE Awards Venter Lab $3M to Build Synthetic DNA | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Nov. 21 - The US Department of Energy has given $3 million to one of Craig Venter's new research labs to build an organism from scratch that can survive with the bare minimum number of genes.


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