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Title: Barcode of Life Project expects $35M in new support
Keywords: BIODIVERSITY
GENOMICS
DNA BARCODING
SPECIES IDENTIFICATION
INTERNATIONAL BARCODE OF LIFE (IBOL)
IBOL
AFRICAN BIODIVERSITY
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Date: 2010
Publisher: GenomeWeb, New York, NY, US
Abstract: The Canada-led International Barcode of Life (iBOL) project has received new pledges from its major supporters, raising totals from these funders to $80 million. The Natural Sciences Engineering Research Council of Canada has awarded C$1.2 million for new DNA barcoding research programs, and Canada's International Development Research Centre has provided C$2.2 million to enable researchers in Argentina, Costa Rica, Kenya, Peru, and South Africa to collaborate with the barcoding project. Genome Canada has set aside C$4.6 million for iBOL. This GenomeWeb article outlines further funding for the iBOL project.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/48875
Project Number: 106106
Project Title: International Barcode of Life Project : Engaging Developing Nations
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Copyright: GenomeWeb
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