EU Funds $11.5M Initiative to Offer Proteomics Services and Drive Tool Development | GenomeWeb

By Adam Bonislawski

The European Union's Seventh Framework program will provide €8 million ($11.5 million) over the next four years for proteomics research to be performed by the PRIME-XS consortium, a group of proteomics research teams from 12 European institutes.

The initiative will support technology and method development work by the 12 teams as well as provide funds for proteomics services for an anticipated 150 to 200 research projects chosen via a competitive review process.

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