Grant funding, Potenzone, Protometrix and Affomix, Harvard's stem cell duo, and Haussler | GenomeWeb

Here's something that will make you long for the good old days: five years ago, getting grant funding seemed like a major challenge. In our May 2004 issue of Genome Technology — just after then-NIH Director Elias Zerhouni had succeeded in doubling the agency's budget — we devoted our cover story to offering advice on writing and winning grants, and we profiled a number of program directors who could offer their assistance to readers.

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