EC Shells Out First 40M to Forge Pan-European Genomics Collaborations | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 21 - The European Commission has spent €40 million, or $35 million, to launch a new genomics research initiative that will create an international mutant mouse-analysis consortium, fund a €13.7 million proteomics project, and create the world's largest database of information on human twins.

 

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