Proteomics Northwestern dedicates $75M facility to proteomics, nano | GenomeWeb

Northwestern University is serious about cementing its commitment to interdisciplinary research, and it's taking action to prove it.

This fall, the university will break ground on a new Proteomics and Nanobiotechnology building, which will house research groups working in the areas of chemistry, biology, and engineering. The building will be linked to two others built in the last five years: the Pancoe-Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Life Sciences Pavilion and the Center for Nanofabrication and Molecular Self-Assembly. All three are located on the Evanston, Ill., campus.

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