Trends in stem cell funding are important to identify, because year-over-year changes can alert companies to potential changes in product sales volumes. It is also valuable for life science companies to understand the sources from which their client’s derive funding.
Within the U.S., the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will invest an estimated $1.495 billion into stem cell research projects in 2016, spanning a wide range of fields from cell biology to electrical engineering.
This is an increase from $1.391 billion in (actual) spending by the NIH in 2014 and $1.429 billion in (estimated) spending by the NIH in 2015. [Read more…]