Connecticut Program Hopes to Entice Banks to Invest in Biotech Tools | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 20 - Hoping to spur greater investment in his state's bioscience industry, the governor of Connecticut has put in place a new loan program designed to make it less risky for banks to help biotech companies invest in new tools and technologies.

 

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