Human Genome Research Led To $65 Billion In Economic Output In 2012, Says Battelle Report
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
A Battelle report on the impact of genomics on the U.S. economy found that research on human genome sequencing led to $65 billion in economic output in 2012, and contributed $31 billion toward the 2012 gross domestic product.
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