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July 14th, 2006

Life Science Is Music To Ears

While all eyes have been focused lately on Kannapolis and the N.C. Research Campus, the Charlotte Research Institute (CRI) at UNC Charlotte has quietly begun taking steps to create a center for translational brain cancer research as well as other medical and cancer-related research. The Center for Bioinformatics, led by Larry Mayes, received formal center status last fall, and plans are being made to add a doctoral program in nanotechnology.


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