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Work on the Central New York Biotechnology Research Center, halted since July because of a delay in state funding, will restart early next year.
Work on the Central New York Biotechnology Research Center, halted since July because of a delay in state funding, will restart early next year. State Sen. John DeFrancisco announced that $4.2 million in additional funding has been forwarded to the project, enabling officials to rebid construction contracts. The center, a join venture between SUNY College of Environmental Forestry and Upstate Medical University, will be a 60,000 square-foot facility to house biotechnology, educational and research programs.
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