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Genome Canada Awards CA$123 M to 14 Applied Genomics and Proteomics Projects

NEW YORK, April 14 (GenomeWeb News) - Genome Canada announced fourteen recipients of CA$123 million ($92 million) for large-scale medial genomics and proteomics projects yesterday.


The projects were chosen from 45 applications. Six projects in British Columbia received a total of CA$44 million, three projects in Ontario a total of CA$18 million, four projects in Quebec a total of CA$42 million, and two projects in Alberta a total of CA$18 million. One of the projects is a collaboration between Ontario and Quebec researchers.


For details about the projects, click here.

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