The park will ultimately accommodate one million sf of high-techR&D laboratory space, manufacturing space and classrooms in anew sate-of-the-art education center. "The facility will not onlyprovide a supportive environment for young, entrepreneurialcompanies, it will also serve as a training ground for students inthe biotechnology and life sciences industries," Maryland Gov.Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. says in a statement announcing the grant.Maryland, with more than 300 bioscience organizations in the state,carries the distinction of being the third largest biotechcommunity in the country.

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