Stimulus to Fund NCRR Networks and Resource Centers | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The National Center for Research Resources wants its institutes and centers to link up through new networks that will share resources and infrastructure, and will support prototype efforts on such initiatives with $30 million in stimulus funding over the coming two years.

NCRR is seeking applications for two-year programs that will develop, enhance, or extend infrastructure for connecting people and resources as part of an effort to facilitate national discoveries.

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