UK's Babraham Institute to Build Bioincubator in 2010 | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The commercial arm of the UK's Babraham Institute will raze its "200 series" of small incubator buildings on its campus in the coming year, replacing them with a single, new roughly £4 million ($6.5 million) bioincubator intended to house up to 16 early-stage biomedical startups.

Babraham Bioscience Technologies Ltd. says construction of its planned 8,800-square-foot Maia Phase I bioincubator is set to start in January, with the new bioincubator available to tenants in September.

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