By Alex Philippidis

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory expects to balance its budget and carry out new faculty hires as planned over the next year, despite an uptick in expenses related to its new Hillside Laboratories and the weak economy, which in part accounted for a year-to-year dip in proceeds from its largest fundraiser, two top administrators said this week.

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