AIT Helps Duquesne University Create Postdoc Position for Biomedical Analysis | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Applied Isotope Technolgies will fund a postdoctoral research position at Dupuesne University to develop products for environmental and biomedical analyses, the company said today.
 
AIT uses mass spectrometry to measure minute amounts of materials, such as metals, in biomedical or environmental samples to determine contamination and toxicity.
 

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