Huge Magnets Come to Harlem: New York Structural Biology Center Launches Protein Powerhouse in Manhattan | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Dec. 17 - In the former college gymnasium that now houses the New York Structural Biology Center, the walls are still tiled in gold and blue. Conversations echo through the cavernous empty swimming pool as if an intercollegiate swim meet were about to start. All that's missing is the smell of chlorine, and the water.

 

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