NEW YORK, June 26 - Eli Lilly will establish a new research facility in Singapore to study systems biology, the company said Tuesday. 

The R&D facility, which will employ up to 50 scientists when it opens by 2002, is the first biomedical research center to receive support from Singapore's $600 million R&D fund designed to bring private investment in biomedicine and biotechnology to Singapore.

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