Bionomics Wins AUS$267K in Grants from Australian Government to Support Angiogenesis Research | GenomeWeb

Australian biotech and drug-development firm Bionomics has been awarded an Aus$247,000 (US$187,000) Federal Government Biotechnology Innovation Fund grant to “further its work on the development of targets for antibody treatments which inhibit angiogenesis,” the company said in a statement last week.

In addition, Bionomics said it was awarded an Aus$20,000 grant from the South Australian Government’s BioInnovationSA for the same project.

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