The Jupiter Town Council on Feb. 5 unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding with a pharmaceutical company that wants to build a $44 million life science hub in the city.
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JUPITER — Town officials and bioscience leaders celebrated a coup on Wednesday with the announcement that New York-based Beacon Pharmaceutical plans to construct a life science incubator in Jupiter.more»
The Business Development Board of Palm Beach County (BDB) and the Town of Jupiter are pleased to announce the relocation of Beacon Pharmaceutical (beaconpharmaceutical.com), a focused early-stage life sciences firm, to Jupiter. As part of Beacon’s move to Jupiter, the company will build a state-of-the-art life sciences accelerator and biologics synthesis facility to support up to 50 companies in which the firm plans investments.more»
More than 100 new jobs are coming to Palm Beach County.more»
The medical community in Jupiter is growing. Plans to bring a life sciences accelerator to Jupiter were unveiled today in what town leaders say is a vital piece to making Jupiter a center for life science research and business.more»
As the town council considers offering two bioscience companies loan guarantees to move to Jupiter, Town Finance Director Mike Villella says town’s economic development fund is still successful 11 years on.more»
Over a decade after the Scripps Research Institute was brought to Jupiter with large public incentives, the town is on the verge of attracting a major life sciences company.more»