Better than Gold? GWC Receives $100K ARRA Grant to Develop New Substrate for Protein Arrays | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on July 6.

By Tony Fong

GWC Technologies is taking advantage of Washington's stimulus efforts to develop a new protein array technology.

Last week, the Madison, Wis.-based protein array firm announced it had been awarded a six-month Phase I $100,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant by the National Science Foundation to accelerate development of its proprietary "carbon-on-metal" technology for protein arrays.

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