Researchers, scientists across R.I. get $21M to support research, training

RESEARCHERS AND SCIENTISTS in Rhode Island will receive a $21 million federal grant to strengthen the biomedical workforce pipeline and boost the state’s ability to carry out and expand innovation in the field of biomedical research. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND/JOE GIBLIN
RESEARCHERS AND SCIENTISTS in Rhode Island will receive a $21 million federal grant to strengthen the biomedical workforce pipeline and boost the state’s ability to carry out and expand innovation in the field of biomedical research. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND/JOE GIBLIN

PROVIDENCE – Researchers and scientists across the state will receive a $21 million federal grant to strengthen the biomedical workforce pipeline and boost the state’s ability to carry out and expand innovation in the field of biomedical research, members of Rhode Island’s congressional delegation announced Wednesday.  The award from the National Institutes of Health through

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