UCI Skips HQ for Stem Cell Work

Reiff, Rick
April 2005
Orange County Business Journal;4/11/2005, Vol. 28 Issue 15, p1
Reports on the bids to become the headquarters for the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, the state agency funding $3 billion in stem cell research grants; Expected closure of the deal in May 2005; Private-academic partnerships formed by the San Francisco, San Diego, San Jose, Los Angeles, the Peninsula south of San Francisco, Emeryville, Alhambra and Richmond to try and land the headquarters.


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