THE INDIANA UNIVERSITY system consists of eight regional campuses offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs in a variety of academic disciplines including medicine, biology, engineering, math, and physical sciences. Although the flagship undergraduate university campus is located in Bloomington, the medical school and medical research is located in Indianapolis. In agreement with Indiana's law regarding stem cell research, Indiana University's stem cell research focuses on adult—source stem cells.

In 2007 the Indiana legislature approved the establishment of, and appropriated $50,000 for, an Adult Stem Cell Research Center at Indiana University. The legislature gave the Indiana University School of Medicine approval to administer the center, including appointing a director and accepting income from donations, gifts, and so on, to be used to support the center's activities. ...

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