The Jerusalem Post reports that the EU and the Canadian government have awarded 8.3 million ($9.6 mil) euros to the Israeli—led international iReceptor Plus project to improve genomic and health-data sharing. Bar-Ilan University leads the iReceptor Plus consortium which includes more than 20 partners from nine countries. The initiative promotes human immunological data storage, integration and controlled sharing for a range of clinical and for a range of clinical and scientific purposes.

Source: JPOST

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