NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Three US institutes will help the government of Luxembourg start a three-pronged, $200 million-plus biomedical initiative focused on harnessing genomics technologies to study human health problems.
 
The government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg today called the initiative an “ambitious plan to increase the pace of innovation based on cutting-edge research in the areas of molecular biology, systems biology and personalized medicine.”
 

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