Washington State Funnels $10M into Two Genomics Programs | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A Washington State investment fund has awarded just over $10 million to support genomics research projects in the state as part of a $22 million biology-focused initiative.
Under the Life Sciences Discovery Fund’s new program, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory was awarded $4.8 million for biomarker research and $5.3 million to build a new genomics infrastructure at the University of Washington. Three other non-genomic, life science research programs received the rest of the funds.

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