Wednesday, August 28, 2013

UCLA Application for $1.8 Million Moves Ahead at Stem Cell Board Meeting

Directors of the California stem cell agency this morning moved forward on a $1.8 million application from UCLA that the agency's reviewers declined to approve outright.

The application (No. 6831) was moved into a category that will be approved routinely later today by the board. CIRM staff recommended that the application be approved.

Advocates speaking on behalf of the application identified UCLA as the institution involved. A researcher also spoke, but his name was not clearly audible on the Internet audiocast.

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