Will Bush Rally for Genomics? Recent Rumors Cause Concern | GenomeWeb

BALTIMORE, Jan 22 - The interest that President George W. Bush takes in genomics and the strength of his choice for director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy will greatly affect research for years to come, industry and government sources said Monday.

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