Univ. of Toronto Lands $24.8M for Genomics Research | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The University of Toronto has received a C$24.8 million ($24.7 million) grant from Ontario’s Ministry of Research and Innovation, which it plans to use for cancer research and other applications using genomics, bioinformatics, and robotics.

The funding, awarded under the Global Leadership Round in Genomics and Life Sciences (GL2), will be used by five U of T scientists from a range of disciplines, the university said Thursday.

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