Cal State Long Beach receives a $3.045 million grant to continue stem cell research internship

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Daily 49er reports “CSULB announced that it had received a grant from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine on April 6. The grant will cover a $30,000 stipend for each student as well as up to $7,000 for tuition and $2,500 to participate in a stem cell training course… Lisa Klig, director of the biotechnology program [stated] ‘we’re bringing the diversity of the population of California into the science, which brings new eyes [and] new angles.’”


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