NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Rutgers University will use $3 million in a pair of National Science Foundation grants to pay for projects that aim to help teach genomics and bioinformatics at certain regional high schools, the New Jersey-based university said Saturday.
 
The programs will be run jointly by William Sofer and Andrew Vershon of Rutgers’ Waksman Institute of Microbiology, and will be part of the Waksman Student Scholars Program, begun in 1993.
 

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