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Grant gives to next generation

Stephanie Duarte
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The Fletcher Jones Foundation awarded the latest grant for the University’s natural sciences division, a much-needed supplement of $236,000 for the division’s project, Innovation for a New Generation.

More specifically, the grant will supply the remaining funds needed to buy the NMR (nuclear microscope resonance) and pay for its site preparation and employ a technician for the instrument. The primary funds for the half-million dollar instrument came from the W.M. Keck Foundation grant given to the University in July.
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Posted November 11, 2005
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