NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Canadian government has granted CA$250,000 ($235,000) to two University of Guelph investigators to study biodiversity at the genomic level, the University said today.
The university said the Canada Foundation for Innovation has granted the funds to researchers Ryan Gregory and Robert Hanner of the school’s Department of Integrative Biology.

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