Crain’s story on tissue-engineering startup Modern Meadow highlights role of SUNY Downstate incubation facilities as turning point for biosciences in NYC

SUNY Downstate’s newly developed BioBAT and its expanding Advanced Biotechnology Incubator are both highlighted by Crain’s New York Business as two of several elements comprising “a turning point for the city’s effort to become a leader in biotechnology.”

As part of a story on Modern Meadow — a tissue-engineering startup which will produce cultured leather and meats in vitro without having to kill animals — Crain’s notes that the company wants space at BioBAT in order to be near NYC’s fashion and restaurant communities.

The SUNY Downstate incubator and post-incubation facilities at BioBAT are long-time supporting members of BIA/NYS. 

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