NSF Doles Out $17 Million for Tree of Life Project | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Nov. 25 - The National Science Foundation has doled out around $17 million among more than 25 institutes, including the Institute for Genomic Research, to help it map the so-called Tree of Life.

 

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