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News Briefing: Nonprofts Increasingly Funding Private Drug Development

By Kate Golden on August 13, 2007No Comment
  • New York City’s new formula for allocating money to cultural organizations means more money for some groups.  [New York Times]
  • The Israel Museum in Jerusalem embarks on an $80 million expansion and renovation effort; $60 million to come from private donors, families, and foundations.  [New York Times]
  • Some study abroad providers offer incentives to universities whose students enroll in their programs.  [New York Times]
  • Boston-area pharmaceutical companies increasingly rely on charitable foundations and nonprofits to fund early-stage drug development.  [Boston Globe]
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