Michigan Life Sciences Corridor

Michigan Life Sciences Corridor

Michigan Life Sciences Corridor

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The Michigan Life Sciences Corridor (MLSC) is a $1 billion biotechnology initiative in the U.S. state of Michigan. It started in 1999 with money from the state's settlement with the tobacco industry. The MLSC invests in biotech research at four Michigan institutions: the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan State University in East Lansing, Wayne State University in Detroit, and the Van Andel Institute in Grand Rapids. The Michigan Economic Development Corporation administers the program. In 2009, the University of Michigan added a 30-building, North Campus Research Complex acquiring the former Pfizer facility.. Metromode 12-17-2009. Retrieved on July 14, 2010.. BioEnterprise. Retrieved on July 14, 2010.

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In 1998, the State of Michigan, along with 45 other states, reached an $8.5 billion settlement with the U.S. tobacco industry. Former Governor John Engler created the Michigan Life Sciences Corridor in 1999 when he signed Public Act 120 of 1999.Truscott, John....
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