NEWS RELEASE |Dec. 15, 2021
$2.1 million awarded to scientific research based at Pa. universities
Studies include understanding interbacterial competition that leads to bacterial colonization and trying to crack the code human embryos use to communicate.
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Allegheny College has received a two-year, $100,000 grant to help train Allegheny students in laboratory research that will explore whether a minimal form of life can be created beyond the confines of DNA, the central building block for all life on Earth.
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Studies range from antibody function, to black holes, to how time of day influences creativity