U. of Washington Lands $9.6M DoD Award | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The University of Washington has landed a $9.6 million award from the US Department of Defense.

The award is a modification to a cooperative agreement, DoD said, adding the work being done from the award is "part of the autonomous diagnostics to enable prevention and therapeutics (ADEPT) program, which seeks an advanced instrument-free analytical platform capable of performing a wide range of nucleic acid amplification tests at low cost anywhere and with little or no user training."

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