Thursday, February 06, 2020

California Stem Cell Agency Approves $1.8 million to Speed Promising Research

OAKLAND, Ca. -- The California stem cell agency today approved the use of $1.8 million in newly recovered  funds to help researchers move promising basic research into products that would be available to the general public.

The money for the awards comes from $2.8 million that has been recovered from other CIRM-funded research that has not met its milestones. 

The agency expects to report on the status of any additional recovered funds in May. 

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