The $1.6 Billion SBIR Money Bus: Coming to a Town Near You | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 24 - Hoping to help fund new life-science technology companies in the United States, representatives from the US National Institutes of Health and other federal agencies will be making stops at six northwestern towns to look for companies eligible for SBIR and STTR grants totaling $1.6 billion.


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