Danish University Wins $109M Novo Nordisk Grant to Build Proteomics Center | GenomeWeb
Due in part to an error in the press release on which this article is based, GenomeWeb News  incorrectly reported the award amount. The grant is worth $109.1 million, not $18.2 million.
 
NEW YORK  (GenomeWeb News) — The University of Copenhagen in Denmark plans to use a KRO 600 million ($109.1 million) grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to build a center dedicated to protein research, the University said this week.
 

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