NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – OpenHelix said today that the National Human Genome Research Institute has awarded it a Small Business Innovation Research grant worth $1 million to develop an online training portal for genomics resources.
 
The company said that it expects the tools will “greatly reduce the amount of time necessary to locate and use the vast genomics and bioinformatics resources available to scholars and scientists.”
 

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