$1M committed to kickstart bioscience cluster programs for entrepreneurs

Maine’s growing bioscience industry will get some additional support with the formation of a new “bioscience cluster” initiative.

Launched yesterday by the Maine Center for Entrepreneurs in Portland, the initiative will aim to support bioscience innovators, entrepreneurs and startup companies involved in human and animal biology, pharmaceutical, marine and agricultural science, and healthcare innovations, according to a news release.

The cluster is made up of business incubators, accelerators and research partners committed to advancing the commercialization and scale-up of bioscience and health related businesses in Maine. Read more

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