Genomics Research to Play Role in $390M Aussie Gov't Biotech Initiative | GenomeWeb
This update corrects the headline, which erroneously suggested all of the Australian government fundung will go toward genomic research.
 
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Australia plans to pump AU$500 million ($389 million) into building research infrastructure and facilities for genomic analysis, gene discovery, and medical imaging, among other projects, according to the nation's Minister for Education, Science and Training.
 

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