NSF Sets Aside $35M for Plant-Genome Projects; Unconventional Ideas Sought | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 27 - The National Science Foundation today said it has set aside $35 million to support plant genome-research projects in 2003. And it appears that the more "unconventional" and "high-risk" they are the better.


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