Researchers urge new round of Florida incentives

The chiefs of Florida's three new research centers say that the state should continue to offer a generous set of incentives in order to attract more research institutes to the area. In the last four years the Florida Legislature has committed $550 million to attract the Burnham Institute, a new Scripps center and the Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies. Their leaders say it will take more incentives to spur other research groups to follow them. Florida made our 2007 list of the top regions targeting biotech business.

- read the report from the Palm Beach Post

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