Dutch University Gets 4.6M Euro Boost for Genomics Research | GenomeWeb

GRONINGEN, The Netherlands, Jan 16 - The University of Groningen and the Academic Hospital in Groningen, in The Netherlands, will each invest 2.3 million euros, or roughly $2 million apiece, to help bolster the university's Genomics Centre, the university announced recently.

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