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Life Sciences Center delivers $9.35m in grants

Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray (center) toured labs at Boston Children’s Hospital after announcing the grants.

PAT GREENHOUSE/GLOBE STAFF

Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray (center) toured labs at Boston Children’s Hospital after announcing the grants.

The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center gave out $9.35 million in grants Monday, with the bulk of it going to Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

The quasi-public state agency — charged with implementing Governor Deval Patrick’s life sciences initiative signed into law nearly five years ago — also gave out grants for education and training to Bunker Hill Community College, Quincy College, and Regis College.

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The center also allocated money to five vocational schools and high schools aimed at increasing access to the so-called STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and math. Those schools included Norfolk County Agricultural High School, Quincy High School, and Revere High School.

Globe Staff

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