Bio-incubator to be set up in Lankarkshire

As reported by The Scots Man, plans have been announced by the Finance Secretary, John Swinney, for a new Bio-incubator to be set up at Newhouse in Lanarkshire.

The site was previously owned by the American pharmaceutical company, Merck. It was closed back in 2010, cutting 250 jobs as a result of a £30billion takeover by Schering-Plough.

The new Bio-incubator will serve as a base for start-up life science companies and will be the result of a joint venture between Roslin Biocentre and BioCity Nottingham, a corporate partner of CK Science’s.

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