MIT-Deshpande Center; Stem Cell Sciences and San Raffaele; PLSG and Innovention Tech; Cardium Thera and UTHSC; Harvard and BASF; Xenomis and Harvard; Battelle and AURP | GenomeWeb
MIT’s Deshpande Center Awards $1M in ‘Ignition’ Grants
 
The Deshpande Center for Technological Innovations at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology last week announced $1,030,000 in grants to 10 MIT research teams currently developing emerging technologies.
 
Among the fall 2007 grant recipients are:
  • Yet-Ming Chiang, for a portable, continuous drug-delivery device to assist patients with chronic illnesses

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