NIH Doles Out $21.5M to Help Labs Buy 'High-End' Proteomic, Genomic Tools | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Institutes of Health has set aside $21.5 million for 14 grants to help a number of academic labs buy high-end instruments, including mass spectrometers, sequencers, and supercomputers, the agency said today.
  • Stanford University received $543,750 for an ultra-high-throughput genome sequencing system that performs clonal amplification and pyrosequencing to support microbial genome sequencing; 

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