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Penn Scientists Receive $24 Million from National Science Foundation to Establish MechanoBiology Center

he National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the University of Pennsylvania a $24 Million, five-year grant to establish a Science and Technology Center (STC) focused on engineering mechanobiology, or the way cells exert and are influenced by the physical forces in their environment.
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