Texas medical technology incubator NTEC (North Texas Enterprise Center for Medical Technology) outgrows premises:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The North Texas Enterprise Center for Medical Technology (NTEC) is planning to relocate from its 11,000 square feet of donated space at Hall Office Park in the city of Frisco to a 50,000-square-foot building. "The market is ready for this kind of space," said NTEC head Larry Carlton. Builders may be ready to start within two months, reports the Dallas Business Journal. NTEC was established to help the Frisco Economic Development Corporation cultivate businesses. One of them was the biodegradable peripheral vein stent developer TissueGen, which recently raised $1.2m with which to start animal trials in June. "Early-stage companies need this infrastructure, and there's not a lot of it around," said Mr Carlton, whose new centre is planned for Eldorado Parkway/Dallas North Tollway.
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