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NEW YORK – The University of Glasgow will host a new laboratory focused on translating innovations in genomics, artificial intelligence, and imaging into clinical practice.

The project, called the Precision Medicine Living Lab, has received £38 million ($48 million) through UK Research and Innovation to support its activities, while industrial partners and the City of Glasgow have pledged an additional £22 million and £27.5 million, respectively.

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