Community colleges now purchasing flow cytometers for training students
Community colleges now purchasing flow cytometers for training students. Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in North Carolina is purchasing a flow cytometer in order to give graduates experience with flow cytometry as it will make them even more attractive to potential employers according to college spokesman Jeff Lowrance. The college will locate the cytometer in its new $26million classroom and laboratory building on the research campus in Kannapolis. Gov. Bev Perdue helped dedicate the building Sept. 16. (taken from an article by Joe Marusak in the Charlotte Observer, September 26, 2010).