Revised US Human Genome Project Plan Increases Investment In Tech | GenomeWeb

BETHESDA, Md.--Eight years into its 15-year program, the US Human Genome Project and Francis Collins, director of the National Human Genome Research Institute, announced project revisions that call for completing the entire human genome sequence by 2003, two years ahead of the original schedule. The new plan includes increasing investments in technology to support faster and more accurate sequencing. The National Advisory Council for Human Genome Research approved the revisions on September 14.

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