HEIDELBERG, Germany--The governing council of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory developed plans during a meeting late last month to provide support to the European Bioinformatics Institute, its outstation in Hinxton, UK. EBI had received up to half its funding since 1995 from the European Union's Fourth Framework program, but was recently denied funding by the EU for the next five-year period. EMBL's council, which represents the 16 member states that fund the laboratory, agreed to take steps to support EBI until 2001.

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