NC Nanobiotech Center to Use $2.5M Grant to Commercialize Research from State Universities | GenomeWeb

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center said yesterday that it has approved a four-year $2.5 million grant for the Center of Innovation in Nanobiotechnology to help commercialize nanobiotech research from the state's universities.

The center, abbreviated COIN, is one of four Centers of Innovation created by the NCBC since last year with a $100,000 planning grant from NCBC, and the second to receive a Phase II award meant to help COIN establish itself as an independent, self-sustaining entity, NCBC said.

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