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Home > News > Stem cell research facilities at UC San Diego will grow, thanks to $2.8 million grant

June 6th, 2007

Stem cell research facilities at UC San Diego will grow, thanks to $2.8 million grant

Abstract:
The grant will also support the creation of a new 2,775 square-foot satellite core facility to be located in UC San Diego's Jacobs School of Engineering. The laboratory will build on the research and expertise of faculty from Bioengineering and other departments in the Jacobs School, and from the Division of Physical Sciences. Faculty researchers in these departments include experts in new technologies such as nanotechnology, biomaterials, instrumentation, bioreactors and tissue engineering, all key to the stem cell research effort.

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