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|Thursday, June 03, 2010|
Eugene Biotech firm MitoSciences has received $590,000 in federal stimulus funds through a competitive grant.
The company says that this money will assist with its research, and help expand employment, making temporary employees permanent and changing some positions from part- to full-time.
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