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UNC Researcher Receives $50K Grant to Develop Informatics Technology


CHAPEL HILL, NC--Holden Thorp of the University of North Carolina Department of Chemistry has received a research grant to develop informatics technology that can accelerate drug discovery. The $50,493 award from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center came through the Collaborative Funding Assistance Program, which is cosponsored by the center and the Kenan Institute for Engineering, Technology, and Science. The program is designed to promote research partnerships between state universities and companies in the bioscience area.

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