NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Funding expectations for 2013 have improved among genomics researchers, despite potential delays or cuts to budgets, according to the latest survey conducted by Mizuho Securities in collaboration with GenomeWeb.

In the survey, which was taken by 93 genomics researchers from academia and industry, respondents expressed a brighter outlook for the genomics space than respondents to similar surveys conducted by Mizuho for the academic and drug discovery end markets, with optimism highest for next-generation sequencing technologies.

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