NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Center for Genome Resources and the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology today said they will team to create the New Mexico Genome Sequencing Center.
 
Based in Santa Fe at the NCGR’s headquarters, the new center has been funded in part by $600,000 from the state of New Mexico. As NCGR President Stephen Kingsmore told GenomeWeb News earlier this week, the center is seeking another $1.1 million in federal funds.
 

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