NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The National Cancer Institute this week announced that it intends to fund multiple research projects related to the development and management of informatics technologies for cancer research.

Among the specific technologies of interest to the agency are ones related to data acquisition and analysis, modeling and simulation, and those that can improve upon existing informatics tools and resources.

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