Community Impact recently highlighted plans for the Texas Research Quarter, NexPoint’s proposed life sciences development in Plano, Texas, and its potential to be a catalyst for research and innovation in North Texas.
“Life sciences hubs, such as the Texas Research Quarter, will include the capacity to research and manufacture therapies within the same campus. This is similar to what has been done with semiconductor research and production in North Texas. ‘That ability to house the development of medication from conception to manufacturing is also what makes the Texas Research Quarter so valuable,’ Plano Director of Economic Development Doug McDonald added.”
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Source: Community Impact