HHMI Endowment Bounces Back But Still Short of Pre-Recession High | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Howard Hughes Medical Institute saw its endowment bounce back slightly during the year that ended Aug. 31, after plunging about $3.5 billion the previous 12 months — but it's still well below it's pre-recession level.

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