“A catalytic ecosystem is rapidly growing at Princeton University, according to Paul LaMarche. “We believe entrepreneurship enhances our capacity for societal service and global leadership,” LaMarche, vice provost of space programming and facilities at Princeton University, said. That is why Princeton University, in its latest effort to cultivate and grow innovative ideas, has partnered with BioLabs, a professional lab management company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to open Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs, a 31,000-square-foot business incubator and coworking space for more than two dozen science-based startups and nearly 200 entrepreneurial employees.”
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