UKCMRI Wins Planning Approval from Camden Officials Despite Opposition | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb Daily News) — The £500 million ($778 million) UK Centre for Medical Research and Innovation has won approval to begin construction on its planned interdisciplinary laboratory campus from a key set of officials in London's Borough of Camden — but opponents are vowing to continue their fight against the controversial project.

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