DURIP sponsors infrastructure development for hydrogen sulfide research

The US Army Research Office has funded an infrastructure project through the Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP). The $127,000 grant will provide the resources for the establishment of an integrated laboratory system for the study of the physiological effects and processing of hydrogen sulfide. Priorities in infrastructure development include enhancing capacities of experimental manipulations with hydrogen sulfide, broadening analytical capabilities, and establishing designated resources for high performance computing.