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February 21st, 2010

Life sciences research to return to ex-Pfizer site, University of Michigan says

Abstract:
Pfizer's gone, but the 2-million-square-foot facility the pharmaceutical giant left behind in Ann Arbor will return to its life sciences roots.

The University of Michigan, which acquired the site in 2009 for $108 million, on Thursday identified the first core technology areas it will emphasize at the site, where it will add 2,000 to 3,000 jobs over 10 years. Among them: nanotechnology, molecular imaging and drug delivery -- three areas that fit comfortably under the broader umbrella of life sciences.

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