HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology receives $383,268 for Timber project

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Alabama Governor Kay Ivey awarded HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology $383,268 through the Alabama Department of Economic & Community Affairs (ADECA). The purpose of this project is to provide those working in Alabama’s timber industry a low-cost genomic tool to identify and verify the type of tree planted and growing in stands throughout the state.  HudsonAlpha…

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