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S.F. biotech incubator ready to hatch

Dubbed the Biomedical Development Center, plans for the incubator are not yet finalized. It is expected to launch this fall and is seeking $15 million in backing. But because there is no available lab space for it at Mission Bay yet, its founders are looking at alternative locations around the Bay Area to launch it until appropriate space becomes available at the massive Catellus development.
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Joseph Bouckaert, a member of San Francisco-based Titan Venture Partners' management team, will serve as CEO of the Biomedical Development Center. Bouckaert co-founded, financed and developed several technology transfer organizations and spin-off companies in Europe and in the United States. He also served as president and CEO of Plant Ge......

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"Most of economic development is growing your own," said Todd Ewing, director of operations for the San Francisco Center for Economic Development, a private sector economic development agency backed by several groups including the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. "UCSF is doing that well and ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Daniel S. Levine 05/02/03


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