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April 19, 2018

Florida Biotech

Florida research institutes are power players in biotech

The state's major researchers are getting comfortable and attracting millions in grant money.

Amy Keller | 2/27/2012

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Max Planck
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The institute is scheduled to open its 100,000-sq.-ft. center later this year. The Munich-based non-profit, which received $188 million in state and county money to build a Florida branch, plans to focus on neuroscience and imaging techniques that let scientists see the interactions of microscopic molecules.

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