Children s Hospital Boston Spends $2.6M on Thermo Instruments for New Proteomics Center | GenomeWeb

The Children's Hospital Boston last week held a day-long proteomics symposium to mark the opening of its Proteomics Center, which includes about $2.6 million in newly acquired Thermo Electron instruments.

"We had speakers throughout the day, and the room, which is big enough for 250 people, was filled the whole day," Hanno Steen, the director of the Proteomics Center, said of the symposium.

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