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  • Plant & Animal SMRT Grant Program - Now with Video Submissions - Apply by Feb. 22

    Interested in winning free SMRT Sequencing to explore a plant or animal genome?

    Show us in a 90-second video abstract how a high-quality genome of your favorite plant or animal will advance your science for a chance to win:
    • Construction of up to 2 SMRTbell libraries
    • SMRT Sequencing (up to 20 SMRT Cells)
    • Bioinformatics analysis

    Submit your video abstract below by Friday, February 22, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. PST. See full details and tips for creating a winning video: https://www.pacb.com/smrt-science/sm...grant-program/

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