Sunshine State Scramble as Max Planck, Mann Make Plans and Burnham Breaks Ground | GenomeWeb
The scramble to build biotech research space in Florida, fueled by multi-million-dollar government subsidies, has become more crowded over the past month as pioneer biomedical entrepreneur-philanthropist Alfred Mann and the Max Planck Society have disclosed plans to expand into the Sunshine State, while the Burnham Institute for Medical Research last week broke ground on an $80 million campus there.
 

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