North Carolina Stakes $60 Million on Education And Worker Training for Bioprocessing Future | GenomeWeb

A recent $60 million funding decision in North Carolina addresses some inequities in the genomics industry and sets the stage for new markets for biochip-based technology.

In early August, North Carolina’s Golden LEAF (Long-term Economic Advancement Foundation) announced the approval of a set of grants that will create a worker-training program at two universities and the state’s community college system.

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