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Microsoft founder gives $300m more for brain research institute

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Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen gave $300 million to the eponymous Allen Institute for Brain Science to expand scientific programmes at the Seattle, Washington non-profit organization he started with $100 million in 2003 to foster brain research that would fuel discoveries in the broader scientific community.

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