Leaders from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, a member of Bio Nebraska, broke ground on the CORE (Campus Operations and Research Excellence) Building.
Article by Karen Burbach, UNMC strategic communications
Developing biomedical technology is challenging.
And unlike Microsoft and Apple, which started in garages, biomedical companies require space and significant capital for ultracentrifuges, minus-80-degree freezers, autoclaves and fume hoods.
That’s why UNMC Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, MD, UNeMed Corporation President and CEO Michael Dixon, PhD, and other UNMC leaders gathered on a brisk Tuesday morning to break ground on the CORE (Campus Operations and Research Excellence) Building.