DOE s Joint Genome Institute May See Budget Increase Following Terrorist Attacks | GenomeWeb

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. – The federal government's response to last month’s terrorist attacks on the US may result in the Department of Energy’s Joint Genome Institute receiving additional funding over the next year as it positions itself to develop tools to deflect bioterrorism.

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