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October 24, 2023

Framingham State receives $503K for equipment to grow life sciences program

Photo | Courtesy Framingham State University Framingham State University campus

Framingham State University was awarded a $503,000 grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center to purchase equipment for its life sciences program.

The funding will be used to buy a Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry system, which is used for analysis in a number of fields, and a Benchtop NMR Spectrometer to replace equipment decommissioned because of the global helium shortage, according to a Wednesday press release from Framingham State.

“The life science sector in Massachusetts is booming and at FSU we are fully committed to providing the highly educated workforce needed to fill these great job opportunities,” Margaret Carroll, dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at FSU, said in the press release. “We could not be more grateful to the Mass Life Sciences Center, which has consistently supported FSU over the years as we’ve developed our innovative science programs.”

Based in Waltham, the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center is an economic development and investment agency with a mission of supporting the growth and development of the life sciences in Massachusetts, using a combination of public and private funds.

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