Researchers Optimistic about Genomics Funding, Rate Illumina and Life Tech Best in Class | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Despite a gray forecast for National Institutes of Health funding, researchers have a relatively positive outlook on genomics funding, a recent survey conducted jointly by GenomeWeb and investment firm Mizuho Securities has found.

Respondents to the survey also ranked Illumina, Life Technologies, and Roche as the companies with the best products in genomics research.

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