Life Science Corridor

The cities of Boston, Cambridge, Quincy, Somerville and Braintree have launched the Life Sciences Corridor, a regional economic development initiative focused on the life sciences sector.

These five cities have a strong presence in the life sciences industry, benefiting from skilled labor force availability, leading universities in advancing academic science fields, innovative research and development districts, proximity to major research hospitals, and strategic presence of venture capital resources. The Life Sciences Corridor is connected by the Massachusetts Bay Authority Transit Authority (MBTA) Red Line. This subway line serves as a link with over 15 stops between the five cities.

The cities have tremendous strengths to attract businesses from around the world and have decided to coordinate efforts, resources and activities around life sciences development.

For information on the Life Sciences Corridor visit www.lifesciencescorridor.com

For more information on the Life Sciences Corridor in Quincy, please contact Maureen Geary (617-376-1266) or Nick Verenis (617-376-1168).

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