NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The University of Pennsylvania plans to support novel interdisciplinary genomics research by faculty members with up to $270,000 for two-year programs, the university said today. 
 
The Penn Genome Frontiers Institute said the “seed grants” will fund new programs in areas such as complex system-level genomics; computational modeling and analysis; single-cell and live cell genomics; sensing technology and high-throughput technology development; and genomics applications to translational research.

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