The District of Columbia has a richly funded life science sales market that biotechnology vendors and lab suppliers may want to learn more about. According to recent NSF and NIH research funding statistics, Georgetown University was awarded $57 million in 2012. The NSF alone awarded the university $6 million in research funding. The NSF-funded projects span a number of programs in the life science field, including population and community ecology, behavioral systems and evolutionary processes. We have spotlighted the top five NSF-funded life science projects below:
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