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The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center of Bucks County is an impressive, easily accessible 112,000 square foot campus that houses nonprofit research organizations and commercial start-up companiesin the same facility.

The nonprofit research organizations include the Hepatitis B Foundation and its research institute, the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute, Drexel Institute for Biotechnology and Virology Research of Drexel University, and Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Additional nonprofit organizations will be invited to the Center as opportunities arise and as space permits.

Commercial start-up companies at various stages of development will be eligible for incubator space in a reserved area of the Center. In addition to dedicated space, companies will have access to common areas, and very early stage companies may be accommodated within BSBI and DIBVR laboratories under special agreements.

More mature bio or high-tech companies are also welcome. While very early phase business will receive greater support and access to various systems from the nonprofit research organizations, later-stage companies will be expected to be more autonomous and capable of supporting themselves.

Since we are the headquarters for the Bucks County Biotechnology Keystone Innovation Zone (KIZ), locating your company here will qualify it for the financial and developmental resources provided by the KIZ program.

Space is currently available at the Center. Options range from a single lab or office to light manufacturing or warehouse space. Please contact us to learn more or arrange a visit.


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