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In the first week of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month 2019, the University of Sydney officially opened the Kolling Institute node of their Sydney Mass Spectrometry core facility.

The facility was made possible with a significant financial gift of $500,000 from Bowel Cancer Australia, established to support the research of the Lawrence Penn Chair of Bowel Cancer Research, Professor Mark Molloy PhD and his research team.

Members of the Bowel Cancer Australia board and guests were in attendance, along with the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor Duncan Ivison and Core Facilities Director, Professor Simon Ringer presiding.

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