California Stem Cell Agency Awards $271M in Facility Grants to 12 Institutions
 
The governing board of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the state’s stem cell agency, last week awarded a total $271 million to 12 institutions planning to build stem cell research facilities throughout the state. The funding comes from proposition 71, the $3 billion stem cell funding initiative approved by voters in 2004 and upheld in a pair of upper-court decisions last year.
 

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