NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Non-profit group Genome Canada announced today that it will provide CDN$9.37 million (US$9.24 million) to 13 winning projects in the Genome Canada Technology Development Competition.
 
The competition received 51 proposals for genomics and proteomics projects from across Canada. Genome Canada, which receives funding from the Candian government and international partners, said the winners received an additional CDN$9.63 million in co-funding from Canadian and international partners.
 

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