NEW YORK, Oct. 19 - BSI Proteomics has been awarded three Small Business Innovation Research grants from the National Institutes for Health and NASA totaling $800,000, the company said on Friday.  

BSI will use the money—$700,000 from the space agency and $100,000 from the NIH—to continue developing its Dynamically Controlled Crystallization System, or DCCS, platforms, according to the firm.  

The awards bring to $4 million that BSI Proteomics has won in SBIR grants to date.

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