SUGAR LAND, TX–(EMWNews – August 20, 2008) – Reported by Annette Kreuger, Industrial Info
Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) — Just over 160 years ago, the discovery of
gold in California set off the California Gold Rush. Hundreds of thousands
of people flocked to the state, arriving by stagecoach, horseback and
sailing ships. Known as the “forty-niners,” many of those early pioneers
faced down seemingly insurmountable odds to claim their fortunes. Now fast
forward to the present day, and once again the hardy denizens of the state
have proven that nothing can stand in their way. Although the Bush
administration cut federal funding for the majority of stem cell research
in 2001, the Golden State’s resounding answer is nearly $800 million
earmarked for investment for new stem cell lab construction projects. The
hope is that, along with scores of medical breakthroughs, the sheer size of
such a massive gathering of targeted science in one state will attract and
spur new commercial business development.
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