Amgen gives $1M as URI breaks ground <br> for Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences

CLASSROOM and lecture hall space, faculty offices and a business incubator for biotech startups will be included in the 140,000-square-foot center. /
CLASSROOM and lecture hall space, faculty offices and a business incubator for biotech startups will be included in the 140,000-square-foot center. /
KINGSTON – The University of Rhode Island is breaking ground today for its Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences, a project to which the state’s leading biotech employer, Amgen Inc., has committed $1 million. “Amgen has been a great partner and long-time supporter of our biotechnology initiatives,” said Jeff Seemann, dean of the URI College…

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