The new Centre for Space Science Technology will be built in Alexandra, New Zealand, thanks to a $10.4 million government grant. The center, which is expected to be operational sometime next year, will utilize satellites to help with research in areas such as agriculture, atmosphere, hazard management and forestry.
Siteman Cancer Center at Washington University in St. Louis has been awarded a $10.4 million federal grant to study pancreatic cancer. Researchers will look for new drugs that may be more effective in treating the deadly disease.
AT&T Government Solutions has received a $10.4 million contract from the Navy to provide VoIP services to facilities across the U.S. Under the renewed contract, AT&T will employ four data centers to supply cloud-based VoIP enterprise 911 routing and call handling to the Navy.
The North Carolina Biotechnology Center in October will start building a 20,000-square-foot facility in Research Triangle Park using government and private funding. The $10.4 million building will help the center expand to accommodate more employees and the growth of life sciences and biotechnology in the state, said Norris Tolson, CEO of the biotech center.