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October 12th, 2004
CUNY Receives $26 Million For Research Grants
A research grant of more than $26 million was awarded to CUNY for the advancement of science, mathematics, and engineering.
Hunter College was awarded with $9 million from NIH to produce biomedical research opportunities for minorities in such areas as molecular neuroscience, nanotechnology and cell regulation and proliferation where minority researchers are traditionally scarcely seen.
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