Univ. of Minnesota to get $6.5 mil. to bolster state's "medical alley".
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
UNIV. OF MINN. TARGETED FOR $6.5 MIL. MEDICAL RESEARCH FACILITY UPGRADE in Gov. Arne Carlson's (R) State of the State address delivered the evening of Jan. 16. The university is located in the Minneapolis-St. Paul region's "medical alley," and Carlson told state legislators that his plan would "make the University of Minnesota a medical technology center second to none and...create a seamless medical alley to" the Mayo Clinic in Rochester.
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