Biochemists to benefit

November 7, 2003

Oxford University this week announced how it will spend its £60 million share of the Higher Education Funding Council for England's £845 million Science Research Investment Fund. Thirty projects will benefit, with the largest chunk, £14 million, going to the biochemistry department for a structural bioinformatics unit. The Pitt Rivers Museum will get £3.7 million.

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