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The University’s Shimadzu Institute for Research Technologies will house $22.5 million in state-of-the-art instrumentation from Shimadzu Scientific Instruments by fall 2014. The highly advanced technology empowers research in diverse fields, from environmental testing and analysis of disease to the development of more effective pharmaceuticals and more efficient oil and gas exploration.

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