NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The ERA-NET Plant Genomics (ERA-PG) collaboration has released the list of researchers who have won awards through its second joint funding call, which has given roughly €16.5 million ($22.5 million) to a dozen research teams spread across Europe.

The program involves collaborators primarily in Europe, and this call is titled "Strengthening the European Research Area in Plant Genomics – integrating new technologies in plant science."

The first call, which went out in 2006, gave out €35 million to 29 researchers.

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