Grants fund in vitro work at Mass. high schools

High school biology students are getting a chance to study drug development in school labs. Some 50 high schools received grants from the Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation to finance biology teachers' training in cloning and in vitro studies. The foundation is out to get students focused early on biotechnology as a prospective career, while highlighting the big impact of the state's biotech cluster on the Massachusetts' economy.

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