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MIPS Funds Nine Life Sci-Related Public-Private Research Projects

The University of Maryland's Maryland Industrial Partnerships Program has approved funding nine medical therapeutics or diagnostics projects among 17 technology-commercialization efforts between Maryland companies and academic researchers.

The nine were among 17 projects valued at $4.8 million, combining $1.4 million from MIPS and $3.4 million coming from participating companies.

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