Millipore Gives $150K to Scripps' Loring to Study miRNA-Induced Stem Cell Pluripotency | GenomeWeb
SAN DIEGO – Millipore said today that it has awarded Jeanne Loring, a prominent stem cell researcher at the Scripps Research Institute, a $150,000 grant to support her research in the area of microRNA-based induction of pluripotency in stem cells.
 
The award was made through the Millipore Foundation, a Millipore program that offers grants for K–12 science education, bioscience research, and local community support.
 

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