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Follow the Funding

A look at what various public and non-profit funding agencies spent on genomics research in 2000:

USA (11agencies) total: $627m

NHGRI: 326.39

US Department of Energy: 88.90

National Science foundation: 92.00

Other USA (8): 119.31

Japan (5 agencies) Total: $353m

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