Colorado is joining the bandwagon of states that are providing grant money to encourage bioscience research. The legislature has earmarked $2 million of state gaming proceeds for small grants to encourage bioscience research and development of new technologies. That money, available only once, could be the catalyst for job and industry growth, said Brian Vogt, director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, the agency responsible for administering the grants.
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