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Science wins $500k

The University of La Verne’s Science division received a grant of $500,000 from the W.M. Keck Foundation for its new nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer, which cost the University $475,000.

The leftover money will be used to remodel room 14 in Founders Hall.

The University still needs more than $800,000 and is currently working with outside sources for more help to complete the project, which should be finished by spring 2006. Read More.

Posted September 23, 2005
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