NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – 23andMe announced this week that that it has launched a grant program as part of its Genotyping Services for Research platform. The company will select grant proposals on the basis of scientific significance, approach, feasibility, investigator expertise, innovativeness, and how the return of genetic information will affect participant engagement. Educational institutions, universities, and research centers performing genomics research in the US are all eligible.

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