STORRS — The University of Connecticut’s new Technology Park is getting another boost from the state to get it up and running.
"http://medicaljustice.org.uk/files//#_generic"> generic. Dannel P. Malloy released $20 million in bond funding for the " /files/> to purchase instruments, manufacturing systems and computer infrastructure. The UConn Tech Park is a collaboration among the university and Pratt & Whitney, Cigna, Northeast Utilities, and General Electric, and is expected to open in 2015.
The facility was established in 2011 with $40 million in bond funding for equipment for cost-sharing with federal research grants from the likes of the "http://gp.org/site//#order_"> Science Foundation and the National Institute of Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Centers.
The center will seek to establish new partnerships with the systems integration, biomedical, pharmaceutical and electronics industries.
The 125,000-square-foot facility will house a business incubator, office and meeting space, as well as the Innovation Partnership Building, which will offer specialized equipment and shared lab space for UConn researchers, "http://sbcselpa.org/media/> scientists and the business community.