"Colorado also has strong potential, with continued high levels of state funding for start-up companies and research intuitions. Precommercialization funding grants are capped at $250 million for companies from a five-year, $26.5 million program. Additional funding also is available. Clusters are forming in Denver and Boulder, but the nascent firms tend to be acquired by larger companies before reaching maturity."
Monday, May 04, 2009
Colorado included in May 1 GEN article
Gail Dutton included Colorado in her feature, "Emerging Biotechnology Clusters," in the May 1 Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News. Here's the paragraph about Colorado: