University Projects Job, Research Funding Gains from Minnesota Biomedical Research Program
 
The Minnesota Biomedical Research Program will create work space for more than 100 primary researchers and 500 support staffers in four new or expanded buildings within the University of Minnesota, Frank Cerra, senior vice president of health sciences, told the university’s Board of Regents, the Star Tribune of Minneapolis reported.

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