NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Ontario Genomics Institute has undertaken two programs that it said will make the region more competitive in genomics research and innovation.

The private non-profit OGI said today that its Genomics Technology Seeding program and the Genomics Capacity Building program "will "enhance early access to leading-edge technologies and encourage international collaborations leading to major genomic and proteomic research programs."

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