The University of Michigan is investing $17.5m to expand its North Campus Research Complex.

US-based University of Michigan (UoM) has unveiled plans to invest $17.5m to expand research space at its North Campus Research Complex (NCRC), which is already home to 19 UoM spinouts.

The project will renovate and open 68k-square feet of space for biomedical research on the site, as well as shared research tools. The site has been used to conduct research into cancer, cardiovascular disease, biointerfaces, healthcare services, transportation, bioinformatics and emergency medicine.

The UoM bought the former pharmaceutical research complex…

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