Malaysia Dives into Proteomics; Opens Center In New Collaboration with Proteome Systems | GenomeWeb

Malaysia may not be at the forefront of the proteomics field at the moment, but a recently opened Centre for Proteomics Research aims to change that.

The center is a collaboration between the Life Sciences Academy — a company founded last year by Michael Harvey, an analytical chemist and former Thermo Finnigan manager; and other businessmen and scientists — and the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia, a government research center. Located at FRIM’s Timber Technology Center in Kuala Lumpur, the proteomics center opened its doors in January.

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