$30.5 Million to Support Life Sciences Innovation, Workforce Development, and STEM Education

This week, the Healey-Driscoll Administration and the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) announced more than $30.5 million in funding to support life sciences innovation, workforce, and STEM education across Massachusetts. The announcement was made during the grand opening celebration of Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives (MBI) Pilot Biomanufacturing Center. MBI’s expansion, supported through $3.5 million in MLSC funding, adds 10 new biomanufacturing labs to support startup companies in process development and early-stage manufacturing. The facility also includes 10 new support offices on the second floor overlooking the labs.

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