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May 21st, 2007
Science Incubator hatches on BCC campus
Entrepreneurial scientists working on a cure for cancer or another disease may soon be setting up shop at Burlington County College.
Businesses that focus on medical research, nanotechnology development, pharmaceutical production and other science-based endeavors all qualify to set up shop in the incubator's 600-square-foot labs.
Any business that signs a lease will receive lab space and access to office machines, Internet connections, conference rooms and other common areas.
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