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Arizona City OKs $200K for Life Sciences Commercialization ConsortiumTags: tgen, thunderbird school of global management
[Source: GenomeWeb News] - Officials in Peoria, Ariz., Tuesday agreed to commit $200,000 over two years to a partnership focused on commercializing life-sciences discoveries, with the city set to work with Translational Genomics Research Institute and possibly other partners.
Peoria's City Council on Tuesday committed $200,000 over two years to the International Bioscience Commercialization Consortium — as well as an in-kind donation of 10,000 square feet of office and lab space for a global headquarters within the Phoenix suburb, at a location yet to be decided. The council voted 6-0, with one member absent, following a brief discussion.
For more information: Arizona City OKs $200K for Life Sciences Commercialization Consortium
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