University of San Diego Eyes $110 Million Innovator Space as Entrepreneurial Life Sciences Hub
Published: Mar 26, 2012
Officials at UC San Diego are seeking to build a new “Center for Innovative Therapeutics” that would serve as a hub for a variety of academic research collaborations, as well as an incubator for accelerating private life sciences startups. University officials described their proposal for the first time at the end of an annual cancer symposium held yesterday at the UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center. They said they plan to present their plans for the project, which carries an estimated $110 million pricetag, to the University of California Regents in May.