National Cancer Institute Requests $88M Bioinformatics Increase for FY 2004 | GenomeWeb

The National Cancer Institute is serious about bioinformatics. For the 2004 fiscal year, the agency is requesting a total increase of $1.3 billion over its 2003 budget of $4.6 billion and has earmarked $88 million of the potential increase for bioinformatics.

According to its planning document for FY 2004 (available at, NCI plans to distribute its requested funds in line with four primary objectives:

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