Swedish stem cell research receives funding boost
This article was originally published in Clinica
Swedish stem cell research is to receive a financial injection of SKr75 million ($7.3 million) over five years. The US-based Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is to provide the major part of the funding, donating SKr50 million to the project. The rest of the money will come from the Swedish Research Council, Vetenskapsradet, (SKr20 million) and the Swedish Diabetes Association (SKr5 million).
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