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Regents Approve Millions in New Research Funding for Arizona’s Public Universities

The Arizona Board of Regents, the body that oversees the state’s three public universities, has approved new technology-focused funding plans. The new funding will last for three years; UA and ASU will each receive $32 million annually, while NAU will get $16 million per year. "Our universities are on the leading edge of innovative research and development that will benefit Arizona and the world long into the future," said ABOR Chair Lyndel Manson said in a statement. "These dollars will fund critical research that ensures ASU, NAU and UArizona to continue to act as problem-solvers and promote the long-term prosperity, health, security and strength of Arizona communities."

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