Battle to Land Stem Cell HQ Intensifies

Weeb, Marion
April 2005
San Diego Business Journal;4/25/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 17, p1
The article focuses on the statewide competition to land the headquarters of California's new stem cell institute, California Institute for Regenerative Medicine. The institute will fund $3 billion in embryonic stem cell research grants. The institute is expected to bring 50 jobs and international scientific acclaim to the winning community. Members of the site selection committee are scheduled to tour the facility that San Diego, California has offered -- a building in the Torrey Pines Science Park -- on May 1, 2005.


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