Proteomics Projects to Get Boost from ARRA Funds, Private Grants | GenomeWeb

Proteomics-directed research projects will benefit from several recent gifts and awards, including grants awarded under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

Last week, Sen. Evan Bayh's (D-Ind.) office announced that $3.2 million in funding from ARRA, more commonly known as the economic stimulus bill, had been awarded to universities throughout Indiana for life-sciences directed research.

Included is a $968,680 award to Purdue University and one for an unclear amount to Indiana University.

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