NIH Grants Enable Three Universities to Purchase Big-Ticket Instruments, Including Proteomic Tools | GenomeWeb
In order for John Bushweller and his colleagues at the University of Virginia to do their work in biopolymers, they’ve often found themselves having to pack up their belongings and haul them to as far away as Wisconsin.
Without the proper equipment at their own school to get the necessary data, Bushweller and his seven colleagues have had to use facilities elsewhere. But armed with a $2 million federal grant, continuing their research into membrane proteins soon won’t be a frequent-flier endeavor.

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