$60m Funding for Stem Cell Research

by Malc on July 4, 2009

stem-cells-bone-marrow-w200-h200In June this year, the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine approved $60m worth of funding to fund 15 grants aimed at moving some of the stunning results from stem cells from the lab to clinical practice.

The pace of progress with [tag-tec]stem cell[/tag-tec] research means that results can progress from project conception to clinic use in ten years – a very rapid time compared to conventional research.

These grants mean that we will be able to take advantage of this exciting technology that much faster.

California funds the biggest stem cell research programme in the world. This is thanks to Californian residents who voted the measure through in a referendum.

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