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Genome Consortium for Active Teaching

Feb 2009
A program initiated by the Genome Consortium for Active Teaching in Davidson, N.C., and in association with Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. of Wilmington, Del., will provide undergraduates with access to the company’s NanoDrop 1000 spectrophotometer. The program will use funding provided by the National Science Foundation of Arlington, Va., to purchase the instruments.

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