Monday, January 7, 2008

San Diego Union Tribune Article Features ISCO

The Sunday Business Section of San Diego's Union Tribune included a timely article discussing the application of research companies for state funded planning grants. ISCO was mentioned several times. Check out the beginning of the article here or scroll down for the source link to read it in its entirety.

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10 companies, 56 groups apply for grants to get stem cell products to trial

January 6, 2008

For the first time in its three-year existence, the state taxpayer-funded stem cell institute is offering grant money to biotechnology companies.

Ten companies, including at least two in San Diego, said they plan to apply for money for so-called disease teams, a cutting-edge concept of bringing academia and industry together to share expertise and perhaps speed the lengthy and expensive process of getting new therapies and diagnostics to market.

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