Governor Patrick Celebrates Grand Opening Of Labcentral Biotech Hub, Announces $5 Million In Capital Funding

CAMBRIDGE – Tuesday, April 2, 2014 – Governor Deval Patrick today joined the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC), MIT President Rafael Reif, LabCentral’s leadership, industry stakeholders and state and local officials to celebrate the grand opening of LabCentral’s state-of-the-art, 28,000 square-foot facility in Kendall Square in Cambridge. The Governor will also announce $5 million in additional capital funding from the MLSC for LabCentral to fund build-out of additional space of equal size near LabCentral’s existing 700 Main Street location, continuing the Patrick Administration’s dedication to expanding opportunities for innovative life sciences and biotech companies. “Almost one year ago today, I…
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Today In History: March 20 1727

Death of Isaac Newton His enormous prestige earned him the title of Sir and upon his death receiving State honors. He was buried in Westminster Abbey. On March 20, 1727 died the scientist whose theories marked the path of physics to the relativity of Einstein, Isaac Newton. In 1661 he joined Trinity College, Cambridge, where his main mentor would be the mathematician Isaac Barrow. Encouraged by him and by the ideas of Galileo, Kepler and Descartes Newton was given to the study of mathematics. In 1666 his findings revolutionised the world of science: he invented infinitesimal calculus (whose discovery was disputed with Leibniz),…
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