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$10M in grants goes to upgrading research equipment at UMD (access required)

The University of Maryland has announced seven research facilities that were awarded grants to upgrade and implement advanced technology and equipment. The grants, which total $10 million, come from the newly-established UMD Research Instrumentation Fund, which is led by Interim Senior Vice President and Provost Ann Wylie and Vice President for Research Laurie Locascio. It was launched in March with the goal of providing funds to replace or ...

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