Lawyer, Developer Building Incubator In So. Cal. to Retain Ex-Amgen Staffers | GenomeWeb
Amgen’s large-scale restructuring in California last year cost hundreds of drug researchers their jobs, and now a pair of industry veterans wants to ensure that the laid-off talent stays in Southern California’s “Highway 101” biotech corridor.
Brent Reinke, a lawyer who works with biotech startups, and Realty Bancorp Equities, a regional commercial real-estate developer, are planning to build a new life-sciences incubator in lab-space-poor Agoura Hills.

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