NYS Approves NIH, DOE Solicitations for 10-Percent State Funding Match | GenomeWeb

The New York State Economic Recovery and Investment Cabinet has approved four categories of funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act — three from the National Institutes for Health, one from the Department of Energy — as 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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