By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A European consortium that promotes the convergence of life science with information technology and systems biology has awarded funding for 16 research projects totaling €24 million ($29.5 million).

ERASYSBIO+ has agreed to fund systems biology projects involving a total 85 research groups from 14 countries. Those partner countries provided a total €18.5 million of the funding, with the remaining €5.5 million coming from the European Union.

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