NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Institutes of Health today said it will dish out $1.35 million to the University of Utah and $540,000 to Oklahoma City Community College for genomics and bioinformatics education projects, respectively.
 
The awards are part of the NIH’s National Center for Research Resources, which has awarded $11.5 million for science education programs around the country in a variety of research fields.
 

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