1. Top 5 Molecular Biology and Genetics Universities in the World

    Top 5 Molecular Biology and Genetics Universities in the World
    With great discoveries precedes a solid educational foundation. Compiling a list of the top 5 molecular biology and genetics universities in the world takes in a variety of factors such as awards given, reputation, number of papers cited, and more. Keeping all of these factors in mind, here are the top 5 molecular biology and genetics universities in the world...
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    Portable Genomics, a new La Jolla startup, is seeking investors to help underwrite its plan to commercially develop software that can display a person's genetic information on such devices as smartphones and electronic tablets.

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