Michigan rakes in $274M in stimulus grants

The stimulus bill has showered the U.S. with billions of dollars in new scientific grants, including $274 million for scientists working in Michigan. Most of that money has gone to researchers at the University of Michigan, which has raked in $206.4 million in federal grant money. Report

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