Microsoft Research Hopes $700K Award Will Lead to New Software for GWA Studies | GenomeWeb
Microsoft Research has included a bioinformatics project among several “key areas” it will support in 2008 under an award program sponsored by its External Research & Programs group.
 
The company this week announced six requests for proposals totaling $5 million that it plans to issue under the program, which will pay academic research groups to conduct projects that “complement the company’s overall research agenda and goals,” according to a statement.
 

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