Proteome Sciences Awarded $762K for UK Project into Neurotoxins in Children | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Proteome Sciences has been awarded €530,058 ($761,520) as part of a UK project to study the effects of environmental contamination in health and developmental disorders in children, the UK proteomics firm said today.

The award is part of a €6.99 million EU Framework 7 Grant for two years to the project called DENAMIC, for Description of the Nature of Accidental Misuse of Chemicals and
Chemical Products, which was initiated in 2006.

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