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New York Approves NIH Extramural Research Facilities as First Category for 10-Percent State Funding Match

The New York State Economic Recovery and Investment Cabinet said Friday it has approved the first category of funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act that will be eligible for additional state money equal to 10 percent of the federal award.

Awardees would receive $1 million from New York state, through Gov. David Paterson's new $100 million Innovation Economy Matching Grants program, for every $10 million in ARRA funding they win.

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