NCGR to Create In-House Sequencing Center With Goal of Improving Software Development | GenomeWeb
The National Center for Genome Resources is creating a sequencing center at its facilities in Santa Fe., NM, that is expected to help drive development of software for next-generation sequencing instruments.
 
This week, NCGR said that it is partnering with the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology to create the New Mexico Genome Sequencing Center and that it had secured $600,000 in funding from the state of New Mexico to purchase its first sequencer.
 

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