As the federal funding agencies begin to prepare for the FY 2002 appropriations cycle, BioInform has tracked the genomics budget history for the primary funding bodies for fiscal years 1999-2001. The genomics budgets for the US Department of Agriculture, National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, and National Human Genome Research Institute of the National Institutes of Health are broken down according to investments made in plant, animal, microbial, and human research. Figures are in millions of dollars.

USDA figures for 2001 are estimates.

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