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June 28, 2017 Public Report On Mayo Biolab at Building 1 Discovery Square


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June PB Reporting

 

Mayo Clinic describes these focus areas as:

• Biomedical Technology: "Here, work will concentrate on developing innovative ways to apply technologies. Initially focused on ultrasound, the design of the space will enable other modalities and engineering technologies, as needed. A true science incubator, the space will enable interaction with industry partners to jointly enhance and develop new uses for biomedical devices."

• Advanced Manufacturing of Regenerative Products: "This area will focus on creating products that can be used for therapeutic treatment, particularly products for regenerative therapies. The space will enable the development and potentially the production of these new therapies."

• Advanced Diagnostics Center: "Mayo will use this space to collaborate with outside groups on new medical tests that can better diagnose disease. Scientists will use genomics and other tools to focus on conditions that don’t yet have clinical diagnostic tests and develop better tests for those that do."

 

  

 


 

April Med City Beat Reporting

A 60,000+ square foot, "state-of-the-art research and development complex" will be constructed on the corner of 4th Street SW and 2nd Avenue SW. The site, which is now used for surface parking, is a block south of Mayo Clinic's Guggenheim Building.

The building aims to serve as a catalyst for Discovery Square, a 16-block area on the south end of downtown that Mayo and local officials want to develop as a life science research campus.

The mixed-use building will be "highly transparent, open and welcoming," according to a presentation given to the DMC Corporation Board. While Mayo will be a tenant, the goal is to also house startups looking for the opportunity to collaborate.

 


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June 28, 2017 Public Report On Mayo Biolab at Building 1 Discovery Square

 


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DMC Impact(s): Discovery Square

PlanScape(s): Economic Development ; STEM ; Technology Enablement

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Date: 2017/06/28

Last Modification Date: 2016-10-10T21:14:49-05:00

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