With a Little Help From the NSF, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Launches RNAi Initiatives | GenomeWeb

With a staff that includes researchers such as Greg Hannon and Rob Martienssen, it’s not too surprising that Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory would be the source of two new ambitious RNAi projects.

With the help of National Science Foundation funding, CSHL has begun two grant projects looking to develop tools for high-throughput RNAi in plants, and to expand university students’ access to the gene-silencing technology.

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