Hong Kong Universities Receive $15M for Research into Genomics, MDx | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Three Hong Kong universities have been awarded a total of about HK$117 million ($15 million) to fund genomic- and molecular diagnostics-based research.

The funding is part of six awards totaling about HK$248 million provided by the University Grants Committee, which advises the Hong Kong government on development and funding needs of higher educational institutions in the territory.

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