DOE Research Funds Left Intact

Pediatric Research Center Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh $15.0 Million Institute of Human Genomic Studies, Mt. Sinai (N.Y.) Medical Center $12.7 Million Science Facility, Oregon Health Science University $10.0 Million Cancer Research Center, Medical University of South Carolina $8.0 Million Institute of Nuclear Medicine, University of Medicine and Denistry, Newark $7.5 Million Center for advanced Microstructures, Lousiana State Universtiy $12.0 Million Center for Applied Opti

Daniel Charles
Jan 10, 1988
Pediatric Research Center Children's
Hospital of Pittsburgh
$15.0 Million

Institute of Human Genomic Studies, Mt.
Sinai (N.Y.) Medical Center
$12.7 Million

Science Facility, Oregon Health Science
University
$10.0 Million

Cancer Research Center, Medical
University of South Carolina
$8.0 Million

Institute of Nuclear Medicine, University of
Medicine and Denistry, Newark
$7.5 Million

Center for advanced Microstructures,
Lousiana State Universtiy
$12.0 Million

Center for Applied Optics, University of
Alabama at Huntsville
$10.6 Million

Barry Goldwater Center for Science and
Engineering, Arizona State University
$10.0 Million

Institute for Advanced Physics, Boston
University
$8.5 Million

Proton Beam Cancer Treatment Center,
Loma Linda (Calif.) University
$8.5 Million

Center for Automated Technology, Drexel
University
$6.5 Million

Multi-Purpose Center, Boston College
4.0 Million

Center for Physics and Environment, East
Central (Okla.) University
$4.0 Million

National Center for Chemical Research,
Columbia University
$4.0 Million

WASHINGTON-The 1988 research budget for the Department of Energy (DOE) emerged from back-room negotiations...

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