Stem cell research adds to optimism, growth of tech sector

Henderson, Tom
November 2008
Crain's Detroit Business;11/17/2008, Vol. 24 Issue 46, p15
The article reports on the passage of Proposal 2, which amended the Michigan's constitution to remove restrictions against embryonic stem cell research. Easy passage of a federal law is expected early in President-elect Barack Obama's first term to allow federal funds for such research, and the National Institutes of Health is expected to dole out millions of dollars in grants.


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