IAH Opens Interim Lab as it Pursues Two Expansion Plans | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Institute for Animal Health in Pirbright, UK has opened a new £10 million ($15.3 million) interim high containment lab to support its research on dangerous pathogens while the institute completes a project to build a larger, £100 million lab that should be completed in 2014.

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