UK – 25 Million Euro Boost for Stem Cell Research
The UK Research Councils have awarded grants to 57 new stem cell research projects, representing a combined investment of 16.5 million GBP (25 million euro).
The new funds were earmarked for research into the body’s ‘master cells’ as part of the UK government’s 2002 spending review. The move represents the second major investment in the country’s strategy to place itself at the forefront of this area of research, following the inauguration of the UK stem cell bank in May.
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