That's a mixed story. In the United States, the medical research funding has basically flatlined overall. GVN is nonprofit and we're a startup, so we are just starting to apply for federal grants. We rely on philanthropy and grants from companies and now increasingly, hopefully, from the federal government to support our central operation. We have 31 centers of excellence around the world. They are all well-funded. … However, they are subject to all the economic downturns just like our counterparts in Germany or South Africa or India or China or really anywhere. Scientists everywhere are impacted when large government funding decreases. There are some cases where governments are spending more on science and technology, however. [South] Korea, Singapore, India, some countries in the Middle East, are really spending a significant amount of their GDP on science and technology. That benefits those researchers.