By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Duquesne University has used two grants from the National Science Foundation and biotech hardware from Agilent Technologies to establish a Center of Excellence for mass spectrometry.

Duquesne said that scientists at the center will use the Agilent tools in a number of studies in the life sciences, biomedicine, bioengineering, materials sciences, and other applications.

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