Arizona Foundation Awards $2.2M to UA, HTG to Create Chemical Genomics Center | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Science Foundation Arizona has awarded $2.2 million to the University of Arizona and High Throughput Genomics to create the Chemical Genomics and Translational Research Center, HTG said yesterday.
 
SFAz will give the collaborative effort $1 million this year and another $1 million next year. The award, which is granted under SFAz’s Strategic Research Group, also sets aside $171,500 as an institutional allowance to UA, the company said.
 

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