NSF gives $18.6M grant to University of Tenn.

Researchers at the University of Tennessee can continue their work in math and biology thanks in part to an $18.6 million renewal grant from the National Science Foundation. The university's National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis was initially funded in 2008 with a five-year $16 million grant from the NSF.

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