By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has just awarded $20 million in new research grants to 28 young researchers around the world, including scientists pursuing a range of projects involving genomics and proteomics projects, HHMI said today.

The Early Career Scientist awards provide $650,000 over five years to fund research and equipment purchases to investigators who have run their own labs for less than five years.

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