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By Alex Philippidis

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory will receive a combined $7 million in grants from New York state's economic development agency that will pay part of the cost of new microscopes and genetic analysis equipment for the campus-within-a-campus that opened last year.

Earlier this week, members of the Empire State Development Corp.'s board of directors approved for CSHL a $5 million Downstate Regional Projects grant, as well as a $2 million grant from ESD's Economic Development Fund.

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