USF to Break Ground on BioDefense, Business Incubator Buildings | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 3 - The University of South Florida said today it would break ground on two buildings this year to house its center for biological defense and expand its business incubator, and would add over 200,000 square feet for laboratories and offices.

 

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