Harvard nurtures biotechnology research through dedicated fund

Harvard plans to put more funding behind its Accelerator project. Accelerator is designed to aid biotech start-ups (or fund drug development for sale to an existing entity) resulting from Harvard research and technology, and it appears to be successful. Initiated just four years ago with $10M, Isaac Kohlberg, who serves as the Ivy League school's tech development head and senior associate provost, feels the nurturing model is working and plans to at least double the funding.

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