Source BioScience Wins Contract to Provide Sequencing Services to Two Dublin Universities | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published Aug. 1.

Source BioScience has won a contract to provide DNA sequencing services to Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin in Ireland, the Nottingham, UK-based service provider said last week.

The contract, awarded after competitive bidding, runs for two years, with an option to be extended for a third year, and is worth at least £300,000 per year ($490,000).

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