UI Receives $3.7M in State Funding to Build Molecular Biology Projects | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The University of Iowa will use $3.7 million in recently approved funding to build or prepare space for new companies or for further research in the areas of bioscience and information technology, among other disciplines.
 
The funding came from $8.2 million that the Iowa legislature had approved for the 2006 Battelle platform projects. The Battelle platform promotes seven areas of research, including integrated genomic medicine and biomedical imaging.
 

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