A couple of years ago the National Science Foundation gave Baltimore City Community College an $800,000 grant to build a robot lab.
Baltimore BioWorks, a newly formed manufacturer of supplies for biotechnology research labs, has located its corporate headquarters at the University of Maryland BioPark to be close to graduates of the BCCC Life Sciences Institute, who it hopes to employ as vocational trainees! Click headline for stories in the Baltimore Business Journal and Baltimore Sun.
From the Baltimore Business Journal, Friday, May 18, 2012. The BCCC Life Sciences Institute at the University of Maryland BioPark and its director, Dr. Kathleen Kennedy Norris, were quoted for the role they play to speed students toward STEM education and careers in the biosciences. Click here for article.