STEM has all the credentials to receive major funding for many years to come from California $3B stemcell research fund. STEM is a California company, well connected with Stanford University and its CEO proven success in biotech. Seems like a good buy here!!.
How much money will STEM receive? Outright? Probably none. Now if STEM the companies goes in with any of the Stanford, Cal, UCSD, others schools then perhaps it will get some. What STEM has is a head start and (I hope to God) a willingness to cooperate with other institutions. It is not resonable to suggest others (not named) could also invest in stem research. Certainly we all are investing in STEM with out stock purchases.