The Ohio Third Frontier Commission last week announced that it has awarded six public-private research groups a total of $23 million through the Ohio Biomedical Research Commercialization Program to help commercialize promising biomedical technologies.
For the second time in the history of the 5-year-old program an Ohio-based life-sciences company will lead one of the grants. The OBRCP has traditionally named a university or non-profit research institution to head funded projects.
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