FARMINGTON – President Obama is pushing to devote millions of dollars and significant emphasis to a field of research known as precision medicine, and a top White House science advisor said Friday that Connecticut — and the research institute lured here with significant state funds — are leaders in the field.
The administration of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is spending $403,963 to air television ads in October promoting Connecticut as a place to do business, putting a positive view of the state on regional TV at the height of the governor’s re-election campaign.
The director of The Jackson Laboratory’s Connecticut institute, an influential researcher, has landed on a list of likely Nobel Prize winners.
The administration of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy began a $569,637 television campaign Monday promoting the state as a place to do business, drawing complaints from a Republican gubernatorial candidate over plans to run some of the ads on cable systems and stations in Connecticut.