Wellcome Trust's Plan to Expand Genome Center Rejected by Government | GenomeWeb

HINXTON, UK--The UK government has turned down the Wellcome Trust's proposal to build a £100 million addition to its genome research center here, according to a report in the August 26 issue of Nature. The action followed a struggle between the foundation and government planning officials over the development of the site, which is where the Sanger Centre for gene sequencing, the European Bioinformatics Institute, and the Human Genome Mapping Project Resource Centre are all located.

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