Maine’s bioscience sector gathers to figure out how to bring jobs, advance health

Massachusetts economic development guru Kevin O’Sullivan summed up in three words why Maine should put more resources into capitalizing on its home-grown research and development in bioscience: “Jobs, wages, cures.”

O’Sullivan, former president and CEO of Worcester-based life science business incubator Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives, was the keynote speaker at an all-day bioscience industry seminar Friday at the University of New England in Portland, hosted by the Maine Center for Entrepreneurs. Read more

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