NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Two teams of investigators at the University of California, Riverside have netted nearly $7 million through two new grants from the US Agency for International Development to use genomics technologies and marker-assisted breeding to develop better cowpea crops, UCR said yesterday.

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