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8/2/06

Texas Tech Earns $1.9 Million Grant

Texas Tech's fight against terror is $1.9 million stronger. The U.S. Department of Defense signed the grant over to the Institute of Environmental and Human Health at Texas Tech.

Researchers will use the one year grant for continued investigation and new approaches for surveillance, detection, computer modeling and protection against biological and chemical agents.

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