Colorado State University has been granted a hefty donation worth $42.5 million from Media mogul John Malone and his wife, Leslie Malone.
The funds will be used to develop stem-cell research into operable medical treatments for animals and humans. Teh donation includes a $32.5-million for the construction of a 100,000-square-foot CSU Institute for Biologic Translational Therapies, and an additional $10 million for operating expenses once the facility opens.
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Colorado State University Receives Millions for Stem-Cell Research