NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Human Genome Research Institute has doled out $54 million in grants to establish a new Center of Excellence in Genomic Science, and continue supporting two existing CEGSs.
 
The NHGRI will give the California Institute of Technology $18 million over five years to create a CEGS. It will be called the Center for In Toto Genomic Analysis of Vertebrate Development.
 

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