Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday called for an increased effort to grow and expand two technology industries in Maryland and announced the formation of a panel he said will offer recommendations for making Maryland an attractive state in which to relocate or expand. ...Read More »
Johns Hopkins made big news this week with the announcement of its new medical school dean, but they are also seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit over a life sciences complex in Montgomery County. Those stories and more in this ...Read More »
Since we have an abbreviated week, we’ve also got an abbreviated top 5 (we’re calling it a “top 3”). Units at the Ritz-Carlton Residences are selling, and the Maryland Transit Administration isn’t saying who’s getting the bid for two MARC ...
Tagged with: great seneca science corridor holocaust Johns Hopkins keolis key highway life sciences long island luxury marc maryland transit administration montgomery county circuit court ritz-carlton residences sncfRead More »
WASHINGTON — Gov. Martin O’Malley used Tuesday’s opening of the BIO International Convention to release a report that shows that the life sciences accounted for one-third of all job gains in Maryland between 2002 and 2010. The report, authored by ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — A delegation of Maryland’s life sciences leaders will be in Washington for an international convention on bioscience. Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley, who has underscored the importance of the biosciences to Maryland’s economy, will attend the BIO 2011 International ...Read More »