Structural biologists to gain four new centres

February 5, 1999

The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council announced the creation of four structural biology centres this week. It will plough Pounds 4 million into the centres, which will act as specialist structural biology units. The centres will be based at Imperial College in London; the CLRC Daresbury Laboratory in Cheshire; the North of England Centre, based at Leeds University; and the Cambridge and East Anglia Centre based at Cambridge University.

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