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Despite uncertain funding, agency issues first grantsby Bill AinsworthSan Diego Union TribuneSeptember 10th, 2005California's groundbreaking stem cell agency yesterday announced its first grants to train a new generation of scientists in a potentially promising area of research that has been restricted by the federal government.
Stem Cell Agency Awards $39 Million [California]Los Angeles TimesSeptember 10th, 2005"California's stem cell research agency awarded the first of a planned $3 billion in grants... For now, the institute doesn't have any of its own money to give out."
Stem cell funds awardedby Edie LauSacramento BeeSeptember 10th, 2005The California stem cell research program announced its first grants, despite not having any funds to distribute.
The Color of Stem CellsWhy the benefits of stem cell research might not be for people like me.by Josef TayagThe Greenlining InstituteSeptember 9th, 2005The health policy associate at the Greenlining Institute questions to distribution of the benefits of California's Proposition 71.
Stem cell grants, minus cash, on tapby Laura MecoySacramento BeeSeptember 8th, 2005The governing board of California's stem cell program plans to announce the recipients of its first round of grants tomorrow, even though there is no money to distribute.
Letter from CGS to the CIRM Independent Citizens Oversight Committeeby Jesse Reynolds and Marcy DarnovskySeptember 8th, 2005
State stem cell program moving too fastGoverning board is also failing to fulfill its promises of health benefits and financial returns for the state, says Center for Genetics and SocietySeptember 8th, 2005
Scientists guilty of 'hyping' benefits of gene researchThe Independent (UK)September 5th, 2005"The leading fertility scientist Lord Winston has hit out at senior scientists, including two Nobel laureates, for making exaggerated claims about the supposed benefits of scientific research, warning they could trigger a public backlash."
Editorial: Stem cell funding is venture capitalSan Francisco ExaminerAugust 30th, 2005"Prop. 71's $3 billion in public money was not meant to be a gift. It was meant to be an investment made with the reasonable expectation that funds fronted to the industry now will yield some quantifiable dividend in the future."
Editorial: Stem cell propertySacramento BeeAugust 29th, 2005"California needs to have some measure of control over the intellectual property it has agreed to finance.... [balancing] the public interest with the realities that California is competing against other countries to advance stem cell research."
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