NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institute of General Medical Sciences expects to award $10 million next year to fund the creation of two to four centers that will pursue and support systems biology research programs.

The institute plans to provide up to $2 million per year, and more in some cases, to help investigators buy the equipment required to ramp up operations and create these National Centers of Systems Biology.

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