November 21, 2014, Boston, MA. Virginia researchers and founders of AMPEL BioSolutions (www.ampelbiosolutions.org), Drs. Amrie Grammer & Peter Lipsky announced the results of a year-long Lupus Drug Repositioning Initiative this week in Boston.
Indoor Biotechnologies Closed Financing Construction of New Facilities
The company will more than double its space at 700 Harris Street in Charlottesville. The 12,400 sf facility includes a 7000sf laboratory for biologics manufacturing, analytical services and R&D; 4400sf of office and administrative space; and a 1000sf conference facility. Financing provided by Pioneer Bank, a CBIC TNT Foundation Sponsor.
CBIC TNT Panel to Explore the Future of Business Space
VABioTech's Carrie Roth • SP@CE Co-Founder Tim Miano • VA Delegate David Toscano
Moderated by Dr. Martin Chapman, President of Indoor Biotechnologies
Live In Person, Thursday Night, November 6th, 5pm – 8pm at The Haven
Monday, October 20, 2014 – Charlottesville, VA – There is a revolution in how start-ups and established businesses, schools, and other organizations view and use working space. On Thursday, November 6, a panel of experts in working space issues representing business, government, and education, will come together for a vital discussion on what kind of infrastructure our community needs to incubate entrepreneurs and to accelerate business growth.