NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Science Foundation today disclosed 26 new awards totaling $85.8 million for its Plant Genome Research Program that will go to researchers in 45 US and international institutions.
 
The awards, which span between two and five years and range between $400,000 and $7.9 million, support research and tool development aimed at helping researchers better understand plant genome structure and function.
 

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