The Kansas Bioscience Authority plans $36.9 million in new financing commitments for bioscience researchers and businesses during fiscal 2011.
The KBA ratified the plan, which goes into effect July 1, on Monday. The estimated investments include $21.4 million in research and development and $15.5 million in commercialization projects, which will make for $263 million in total KBA investments since its creation by Kansas legislation in 2004.
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Author: Tom Thornton