NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Genomics Institute is changing its name to the Penn Genome Frontiers Institute, the university said today.
 
The school said the name change reflects a more “cutting edge” approach to research, as the Institute will focus on genomics, computational biology, systems biology, and developing interdisciplinary technologies.
 

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