Ohio Awards Public-Private Stem-Cell Consortium $5M to Help Market Its Discoveries | GenomeWeb

Ohio's Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine said last week that it has received $5 million from the state's Third Frontier Commission to help it develop and eventually commercialize stem-cell inventions from its partner institutions.

The CSCRM will use the three-year grant, which was awarded under the Third Frontier's Research and Commercialization Program, to fund nine new research projects this year and at least eight in coming years, a CSCRM official said this week.

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