Bioscience

NIH awards UA nearly $1M for mass spectrometer

August 7, 2007

By Flinn Foundation

[Source: Deborah Daun, BIO5] – The National Institutes of Health awarded a $924,995 High-End Instrumentation (HEI) grant to The University of Arizona for a mass spectrometer that will assist a wide range of UA scientists, from those working on the prevention and cures for diseases such as colorectal cancer and Valley Fever to those researching the atmospheric chemistry on Titan, the largest moon on Saturn.