NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The European Union has granted €500,000 ($650,000) to fund a series of conferences this year about genomics and disease, the Cancer Research Center at the University of Edinburgh said Wednesday.
 
The funding will be used by the Marie Curie Genomic Architecture in Relation to Disease program to hold three conferences and two workshops on genomics and disease issues.
 

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