Quoting directly from the article by NCBR's Steve Porter: "The goal of Melissa Reynolds' research at Colorado State University couldn't be much nobler - and that isn't an overstatement. Reynolds, a chemistry professor and a Boettcher Foundation investigator, recently received a three-year, $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop a revolutionary wound-healing material for treating battlefield injuries...'Dr. Reynolds has been on a steep trajectory in her research career following her recognition as a Boettcher Investigator,' said Bill Farland, CSU's vice president for research. 'The generous grants awarded by the Boettcher Foundation and state's Bioscience Discovery Evaluation Grant Program, through the Office of Economic Development and International Trade, have helped stimulate important research in her laboratory.'"
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