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Developing & Managing Your Biotech Space Needs: Choosing the Best Location for Your Laboratory Needs

September 28 @ 8:30 am10:00 am

Join BioCT and one of Connecticut’s leading laboratory architecture firm, Svigals + Partners, for a series of virtual panel discussion on developing and managing your biotech space needs. Each 90-minute session will be moderator-led with experienced panelists, including biotech leaders, University researchers, brokerage professionals, building owners, and more. Learn from noted experts in the operations and design of biotech spaces, and get your questions answered.

THE FIRST OF THREE PANEL DISCUSSIONS:

Join us at the intersection of biotech and real estate. What type of space is best for you and where should it be located? Incubator vs. start-up space? What are your options? Pros and cons of staying close to a university vs. outlying areas. Additional topics include: The difference between a managed incubator and lab leasing. Small scale rentals, business-use zoning flexibility, first generation lab creation, cost, planning for today as well as long-term, innovation, and critical mass.

Moderator:

Dawn Hocevar, President/CEO, BioCT

Panelists:

  • Jon Soderstrom, Managing Director of University Technology Commercialization and Faculty Innovation, Yale University
  • Paul Parker, Director of Technology Incubation Program (TIP), University of Connecticut
  • Kim Kelly, Director of Operations, BioCT Innovation Commons
  • Eric Linsley, Managing General Partner, BioLabs


Details

Date:
September 28
Time:
8:30 am – 10:00 am
Website:
https://bit.ly/3scWOUB