NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The University of Southern Denmark has reeled in an €8 million ($10.7 million) grant to create a research infrastructure for the school's Center for Bioanalytical Sciences, which will conduct genomics, proteomics, and lipidomics studies.

The funding from the Danish non-profit Villum Foundation will support the purchase of DNA sequencing and mass spectrometry technologies, imaging and biomolecular structure analysis tools, and computational and supercomputing platforms for large-scale data analyses.

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