NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institutes of Health has provided 20 research institutes with a total of $33 million to buy new mass spectrometers and other relatively expensive biomedical research technologies through its National Center for Research Resources.
 
These High-End Instrumentation grants are aimed at helping researchers buy tools costing over $750,000, and NCRR provides up to a total of $2 million per award.
 

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