NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The European Commission has awarded €4.5 million ($7 million) to a consortium led by the European Bioinformatics Institute that will integrate Europe’s biological data resources into a “sustainable, integrative bioinformatics network for the life sciences,” EBI said today.
 
The project, called the European Life-science Infrastructure for Biological Information, or ELIXIR, involves 32 partners from 13 countries and aims to create a long-term infrastructure for biological information in Europe.

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