NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Genomic and proteomic technologies will play a role in a new University of Manchester institute that aims to promote interdisciplinary research.
 
The Manchester Interdisciplinary Biocenter will eventually oversee research projects from 80 sub-disciplines and house as many as 600 scientists.
 
The center said programs in biomolecular structure and dynamics and on technology and instrument development will focus on genomics and proteomics.
 

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