With 9 Million War Chest, MolTools Seeks to Improved Exisiting Microarray Technologies | GenomeWeb

European scientists are hoping to catch up with the US in developing — and bringing to market — new microarray technology.

With €9 million ($10.9 million) in funding over three years from the European Union, MolTools, a consortium of 15 academic institutes and companies from 10 European countries, plans to advance microarray tools for the analysis of genomes, transcriptomes, proteomes, single molecules, and cells (see www.moltools.org).

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