NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Michigan High Throughput Screening Center will use a $331,000 equipment grant from the US Department of Health and Human Services to add to its robotics lab equipment, the center said today. 
The screening center, which is based in the Michigan Technical Education Center of the Kalamazoo Valley Community College, will use the funds to buy new low-volume liquid handling robots, MTHSC Senior Director Robert Kilkuskie told GenomeWeb Daily News today.

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