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March 15, 2024
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Canada’s Life Science and Technology Park in Boston – Top News

TLDR:

  • Canadian Life Science and Technology Park, Allyant, and IPS announced a partnership focused on designing and engineering a state-of-the-art park.
  • The park in Georgina, Ontario aims to attract tenants from various sectors like pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, healthcare, and more.

In a strategic partnership, the Canadian Life Science and Technology Park, Allyant, and IPS have come together to advance the design and engineering of a cutting-edge Life Science, Healthcare, and Technology Park. This collaboration will focus on developing and site master planning a 56-acre site in Georgina, Ontario, within the Keswick Business Park. The aim is for the park to cater to a wide range of sectors, including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, healthcare, academia, and more.

President and CEO of the Canadian Life Science and Technology Park, Safa’a Al-Rais, highlighted that the partnership intends to create an innovative, capital-efficient, and sustainable model to expedite the development and delivery of transformative services and medicines to patients. The key mission of the park is to establish an ecosystem that connects startups with established commercial enterprises, creating an agile and efficient environment conducive to development and manufacturing.

The park aims to integrate real estate, people, ideas, machinery, systems, and data into a cohesive network to align with the latest Industry and Pharma 4.0 innovations. This approach is crucial in developing the necessary infrastructure to support the growth and success of the life science and technology industries within the 56-acre space in Ontario.

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