NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Van Andel Institute next week will formally open its $178 million Phase II research-education project, an expansion of its Grand Rapids, Mich., facility that will nearly triple its laboratory space, allowing it to expand its research and more than triple its staff.

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