PC, RIC, Bryant collaborate to get grant for nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer

THE SCIENCE COMPLEX on Providence College’s campus will be home to a new $409,300 nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer, thanks in part to a National Science Foundation grant awarded to PC, Rhode Island College and Bryant University. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
PROVIDENCE – Providence College will use a $288,300 grant from the National Science Foundation to help pay for the purchasing of a nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer that will allow for chemistry and biology research, the college announced. The acquisition of the spectrometer is part of a collaborative project among PC, Rhode Island College and Bryant…

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