Stem Cell Board Delays $58M in Stem Cell Research Grants
The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine's governing board decided to delay $58 million in research grants until at least March because of the economy and credit market. The grants, tentatively approved Friday, were earmarked to train researchers at six San Francisco-area facilities.
- "Stem Cell Board Awards, Then Delays, New Grants" (Perlman, San Francisco Chronicle, 1/31).
- "$58 Million in Calif. Stem Cell Grants Delayed" (AP/Sacramento Bee, 1/31).
- "Stem Cell Agency OKs $58M Training Program" (Leuty, San Francisco Business Times, 1/30).