Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, UCSB, MDS Sciex, Axel Semrau, UCSF | GenomeWeb

PNNL Wins $10.2M NIH Grant for Proteomics Center

The National Institutes of Health has awarded Pacific Northwest National Laboratory $10.2 million to support a center for basic research in proteomics — the largest grant in the government lab’s history, PNNL said last week. The five-year grant designates PNNL a NIH research resource center, and will establish PNNL as a base for proteomics research worldwide. The grant will also fund the development of “advanced instrumentation” for studying proteomics.

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