Shuffling DC-area biotechnology resources

In the wake of the repositioning of Maryland’s Shady Grove Incubator from biotechnology to cyber security, Virginia has stepped up with a new biotechnology incubator.

The Prince William Science Accelerator, located adjacent to George Mason University, will be the only public-private commercially available property featuring wet laboratory spaces in the Northern Virginia region for the life sciences.

Maryland has long been a stronghold of biotechnology in the DC area, and it will be interesting to see if this repositioning of assets will help drive more biotechnology development in northern Virginia.

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