Li-Cor Biosciences Offers $1.75M in Matching Funds for Undergrad Genomics | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Li-Cor Biosciences said yesterday that it is awarding $1.75 million in grants under its Genomics Education Matching Fund, which supports undergraduate genomics education.
 
The Lincoln, Neb.-based company said that the program provides 60 percent of the funding for qualifying institutions that acquire its DNA sequencing systems for use by undergraduate students.
 

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