- Associated Press - Friday, October 30, 2015

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota’s Centers of Excellence Commission awarded grants totaling nearly $1.8 million during its recent meeting.

The grants were doled out in three programs aimed at boosting research and technology partnerships involving industry and universities.

The largest grant of $1 million is going to the University of North Dakota medical school’s Department of Basic Sciences to do flu vaccine work with Avianax LLC.

North Dakota State University’s Research Extension Center in Carrington is getting about $62,000 to work with IntelinAir Inc. on unmanned aerial vehicles.

Several other UND and NDSU departments also are getting grants.

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