$75 million project will provide home for genome research at University of Utah

March 8, 2010
Museum space will be converted to interdisciplinary science hub
FromThe Salt Lake Tribune: Space that is being vacated on the University of Utah campus by the Utah Museum of Natural History will undergo a $75 million conversion into an interdisciplinary science hub. The building will house the university's Center for Cell and Genome Science. The project is supported by a seed gift of $10 million from Utah entrepreneur and longtime university adviser Gary Crocker and his wife, Ann.

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