EMBL to Use New Funds to Bolster EBI, Support Life Science Startups | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Dec 8 –The European Molecular Biology Laboratory will use a newly approved five-year budget increase to bolster its activities and those of its bioinformatics arm, the European Bioinformatics Institute, an EMBL spokesman said Friday.

EMBL's 16 member states also voted in favor of launching several new initiatives that focus on supporting the development of European life science companies.

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