IBRI IN THE NEWS: Recently launched research institute pursuing life science innovations through ‘team science’
Much of the work is basic science, trying to unlock new molecular information on how cells work, regenerate and fight disease.
In a laboratory on the third floor of the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, researcher Marco Tjioe is squirting liquid into a vial to get a chemical reaction. The next step: Drain off the excess liquid and examine the mixture.
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