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The Santa Fe Business Incubator unveiled its new BioScience Lab on Tuesday to a crowd of dignitaries that included Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Rep. Ben Ray Luján, (D-N.M.).
“What’s happening now with the Santa Fe Incubator and the BioScience Lab is a shot of growth, a new opportunity, where it’s not just experts and researchers and entrepreneurs here from Santa Fe, here from New Mexico,” Luján said.
“It’s from the surrounding states, from cities that aren’t so close to us, that are looking to come here because of the investment that the Business Incubator has made with the support of the Department of Commerce and the Economic Development Administration, an investment in technology that’s not readily available to everyone else.”
The BioScience Lab is a state-of-the-art cell biology and molecular biology facility designed to encourage, attract and support life science companies in the biotech sector. The lab’s specialized equipment includes bio-safety cabinets, ultra low temperature freezers, an ultracentrifuge, inverted fluorescence microscope and a real-time PCR system.
Companies will be able to access the facility on a short-term basis, eliminating the need to invest startup capital in expensive equipment.
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