Dutch Government Commission Debates Future of Genomics in the Netherlands | GenomeWeb

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, Jan. 31 - Five ministers of the Dutch Parliament met as part of a temporary commission here last week to discuss what direction genomic research should take in the coming months.

The ministers agreed that genomics represents a growing part of the biotech landscape in the Netherlands, but differed on how the government can help.

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