European Science Foundation Proposes 'Massive' Systems Biology Program; Aebersold's on Board | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Members of the European Science Foundation are trying to encourage European nations to create an aggressive and interdependent human systems biology program.
 
The nine-member ESF Task Force has challenged European governments to pump funds into multi-center systems biology research programs and create research hubs that share technology and work on the same larger projects from various disciplinary approaches.
 

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