After 15 years of promoting networking and collaborations among Canadian protein and proteomics researchers, the Protein Engineering Network of the Centres of Excellence's administration will be dismantled in the fall, as mandated by its funding organization, the Canadian Network Centers of Excellence.

"The deal was that after 15 years, we would become self-sufficient, and that after that there would be no more funds available for the administration of the network," explained Lorin Charlton, a member of the PENCE administrative team.

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