Congress Reaches Agreement on Budget to Boost NIH Funding by $2B | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Congress late Tuesday night reached an agreement on a tax and spending budget that would give the National Institutes of Health $32 billion in funding in fiscal year 2016, $2 billion more than the agency received the year before and its biggest funding boost in 12 years. 

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