NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology has granted a total of $900,000 to three Oklahoma-based genomics research projects.
 
The money was granted under the state technology development group’s Oklahoma Applied Research Support program, which is administering a total of $1.9 million to a number of technological programs based in the state, Bradley Sutherlin, OCAST’s contracts compliance officer, told GenomeWeb Daily News.
 

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