NIH offers grants for new tech

The National Center for Research Resources, part of the National Institutes of Health, announced it will provide $21.5 million for 14 high-end instrumentation grants to fund cutting-edge equipment required to advance biomedical research and increase knowledge of the underlying causes of human disease. Awarded to research institutions around the country, the one-time grants will be used to buy instruments costing more than $750,000. Release and application guidelines

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