Connecticut stem cell policy sparks scientists' interest

08/20/2007 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

Connecticut's funding support for stem cell research has spurred interest in the work among scientists in the state. The University of Connecticut's Stem Cell Core is working to create new lines of stem cells from donated embryos, and Yale University plans to open its own stem cell core laboratory this month.

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