Life sciences share £127m government grant


Three research organisations in the eastern region have been awarded a share of £127m awarded to life sciences by the government.

The money is more than half the £250m awarded nationwide.

It is being shared by the John Innes Centre, the Institute of Food Research and the Genome Analysis Centre on the Norwich Research Park, and the Babraham Institute in Cambridge.

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