Genomics Will Benefit From $80M Expansion at University of Maryland | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, May 8 - The National Institutes of Health and the University of Maryland, Baltimore today will open a $78 million facility designed to give researchers more room to study infectious diseases and proteomics, according to a Baltimore newspaper.

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