DOE Releasing Soybean Genome to Aid Bioenergy Research | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The US Department of Energy’s Joint Genome Institute this week informed the scientific community that it is making the preliminary soybean genome freely available to researchers, in an effort to facilitate and stimulate bioenergy research.
 
Eddy Rubin, director of the JGI, announced the move while giving a keynote address on January 15th at the Plant and Animal Genome Conference in San Diego.
 

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