NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Genome Canada will provide up to C$16 million (US$14.7 million) to fund several centers that will serve as a genomics support network by providing access to technologies and scientific expertise to researchers around the country.

Genome Canada said on Friday that the Genomics Innovation Network (GIN) will consist of a series of nodes that will create an avenue for cross-country genomics collaborations.

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