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University Enterprise Laboratory Lays Off Staff

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Perhaps the Jobs Creation Possibilities for Biomedical Research in Minnesota Have Been Oversold?


Bio-science incubator falters

by Tim Nelson, Minnesota Public Radio
July 17, 2008

A plan to make the Twin Cities a center for the emerging bio-science industry is faltering. University Enterprise Laboratories has laid of its staff and is trying to renegotiate the mortgage for its building in St. Paul. Its founders had hoped to spark a medical boom in Minnesota.

For further information see:

A Cloudy Future For BioScience Research in Minnesota?

And a post that elicited a comment yesterday indicating problems at University Enterprise Laboratories (UEL):

"Blowing Smoke in the Here and Now"


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