The Utah Science Technology and Research initiative—more commonly known as USTAR—is a long-term, state-funded investment to strengthen Utah’s “knowledge economy” and generate high-paying jobs.
Yesterday, USTAR opened a new BioInnovations Building at Utah State University. The facility is located in USU’s Innovation Campus in North Logan.
The building will house highly advanced life sciences laboratories, and will provide researchers the resources to seek cures for a range of human and animal diseases.
More importantly this facility will help attract top researchers and research companies to Utah.
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