Switzerland Grants $25M for Systems Biology Studies | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Swiss National Science Foundation has granted CHF27.5 million ($25 million) to fund several biomedical research and genomics and technology development grants focused on systems biology.

The SNSF SystemsX.ch program has approved six projects that will fund research coordinated by the Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics; the Universities of Basel, Lausanne, Geneva, and Zurich; the Friedrich-Miescher Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation; and the Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology.

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