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October 23, 2018
UF's Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute receives national awards from InBIA

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From left to right: Charles Ross: InBIA's Chairman of the Board and Director of Enterprise Innovation Institute; Merrie Shaw: Assistant Director, Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute; Kirstie Chadwick: InBIA President & CEO; Mark Long: Director, Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute

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UF's Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute receives national awards from InBIA

The Institute has been named the world's No. 1 biotech incubator.

| 5/18/2017

The global nonprofit onganization InBIA just announced award winners from their International Conference on Business Incubation. This year, the University of Florida's Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute received two awards: the 2017 InBIA Technology/Science Entrepreneurship Center of the Year award and the Randall M. Whaley Incubator of the Year Award.

About the Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute:

The Sid Martin Biotechnology Instituteis the recipient of both the Technology/Science Entrepreneurship Center of the Year and Randall M. Whaley Incubator award. The Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute provides a unique combination of wet laboratories, greenhouses and animal facilities in one location. They also provide over $1.2mm of high-quality shared laboratory equipment for biotech startups to utilize. The program offers pro-bono legal services to clients one day per week, and “business coach for a day” services one day per week. Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute holds an annual “celebration of biotechnology” for clients and the clients of Progress Park which is attended by 400+ sponsors, vendors and entrepreneurs.

See all the awards at inbia.org.

Tags: Non-profit/Philanthropy

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