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Thunderbird envisions remodeling four of them into a data center to accommodate high-demand users such as Yale University, the University of Connecticut and others doing bioscience research.
The biosciences have advanced by huge leaps since then, and many more scientists now study the climate.
Life sciences, specifically pharma and medical devices are also major economic drivers for the region, with more than 1,500 South Florida bioscience institutions employing more than 26,000 people and generating $4 billion in revenue each year.
Since its inception, the incubator has helped more than 100 startup companies, and focuses on advanced manufacturing, alternative energy, IT, bioscience and agriculture.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed into law Friday a measure requiring better information about the impact of taxpayer money spent to boost Connecticut's bioscience industry.
In 2014, Biotest pharmaceutcals was named bioscience company of the year at the the eMerge Americas conference in Miami, and employed more than 850 people nationwide, including 500 in Florida.
Kummerow was a comparative biosciences professor whose trans fats research dated back to the 1950s.
In the executive shakeup announced Tuesday, the New Haven bioscience company also said the head of human resources is leaving and the research and development boss is retiring.
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