Complete Genomics To Award Free Sequencing Under Cancer Grant Program | GenomeWeb

This story was originally published June 30.

Complete Genomics this week launched a cancer grant program in which it will award four "innovative cancer research projects" with whole-genome sequencing of four matched tumor/normal pairs.

The company will select two entries from the US and two from Europe.

Applications are due by July 29 and winners will be notified after Aug. 12. Further information about the program is available here.

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