RFP for CT Regenerative Medicine Research Fund
The Regenerative Medicine Research Fund (RMRF) 2016 Request for Proposal (RFP) is now live. To submit a proposal, visit here. The deadline for proposals is Monday, Dec. 14, 2015, at 5 p.m. ET.
Formerly the Connecticut Stem Cell Program, the Regenerative Medicine Research Fund is focused on translational applications and provides millions of dollars in funding each year to companies, academic and non-profit applicants who are conducting cutting-edge stem cell and regenerative medicine research that shows clinical promise. If you think your groundbreaking research can one day save hundreds of thousands of lives, apply today.
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A Physical and Virtual Gathering Place for Connecticut’s Science EntrepreneursThe Bioscience ClubhouseCT is led by CURE and is a statewide program, founded in 2013 by the Economic Development Corporation of New Haven. At the Bioscience ClubhouseCT our mission is to help passionate entrepreneurs seeking to create sustainable science-based companies in CT. The Bioscience ClubhouseCT provides a forum for cultivating and retaining talent, building connectivity, accessing resources, creating a vibrant virtual and physical life and healthcare sciences community, and sharing the success stories and learnings of CT entrepreneurs. Together we are establishing a critical mass of science-based companies in Connecticut.
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The The City of New Haven's Department of Arts, Culture and Tourism works with individual artists/artist teams, not-for-profit arts organizations and for-profit creative entrepreneurs/start-up enterprises with missions related to the arts and the creative industries, to occupy and utilize empty retail space in imaginative and innovative ways. The pilot program encourages collaboration between artists, property owners, the New Haven Economic Development Corporation and the City of New Haven.
New Haven's goals for the project are:
- To create visitor destinations in formerly empty spaces in order to derive new consumers into underutilized areas, increasing foot traffic and business to not only these spaces but neighboring ones as well.
- To raise awareness of New Haven's different commercial districts and help promote underutilized spaces to potential long-term tenants which can eventually create jobs and increase the tax base.
- To grow interest in and awareness of the arts and expand people's understanding and appreciation of creative endeavors
- To encourage creativity to blossom and grow in New Haven
- To enliven New Haven neighborhoods by expanding commercial activity, making the City more attractive to potential residents, businesses, students and other artists
- To facilitate artistic, creative and/or entrepreneurial businesses.
- To enhance New Haven's reputation as Connecticut's Creative Capital.