Texas A&M University, College Station
The National Institute of Health recently awarded Texas A&M University with a $3.5 million grant to improve upon the laboratory research facilities in the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building. The $100 Million facility opened its doors last year. Improvement funding was aimed at divisions such as structural biology, molecular virology, and drug discovery. It will add 12,000 square feet of space to the 200,000 square foot building.
TAMU lab researchers and faculty can meet local area laboratory product suppliers at the upcoming BioResearch Product Fair™ Event at TAMU on February 2, 2011.