Genome British Columbia said this week it will receive renewed funding from the Canadian federal government through Genome Canada’s 2012 Science & Technology Innovation Centre Operations Support Competition including C$4.3 million ($4.2 million) for the University of Victoria – Genome BC Proteomics Centre.

According to Christoph Borchers, director of the center, the funding will be used to purchase new equipment in support of the facility's quantitative and structural proteomics work as well as to establish bioinformatics as a technology development area.

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