The National Human Genome Research Institute has made several "Grand Opportunity" awards with Recovery Act funding, totaling almost $13 million in fiscal year 2009, for projects that aim to develop or improve high-throughput DNA sequencing technologies, front-end methods, and sequencing data handling and analysis.

The awards, recently made available through the National Institutes of Health's grant database, are as follows:

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