With New Bio Center, Maryland Starts Deploying Strategic Life-Sci Plan for O'Malley's $1.3B, 2020 Vision | GenomeWeb

ATLANTA — Maryland's Life Science Advisory Board, a 15-member panel created by Gov. Martin O'Malley, on Thursday issued its long-awaited strategic plan for growing the state's biopharma industry — a 17-point program whose "one-stop shop" centerpiece has already been launched, and whose recommendations include more spending on some programs than state lawmakers have allowed in recent years.

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