Manitoba Center for Proteomics and Systems Biology Opens Newly Built $6.9M, 10,000-Square-Foot Space | GenomeWeb

The Manitoba Centre for Proteomics and Systems Biology last week opened a new, 10,000-square-foot facility after about two years of construction.

The facility was funded by a matching funds grant that totaled CA$7.6 million ($6.9 million). CA$3 million of the funds came from the Canada Foundation for Innovation, CA$800,000 and the 10,000 square feet of space came from a local hospital foundation called the Health Sciences Center Foundation, and another CA$3 million came from Manitoba Energy, Science and Technology.

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