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The Middlesex County difference lies within our expanding life sciences network consisting of top talent and education, robust campuses and labs, and hundreds of life science companies including global leaders – all accelerated by access to funding, R&D and strategic partnerships. Middlesex County, NJ is a globally ranked leader in biopharmaceuticals with over 135 years of Life Sciences history. A biopharma and biotech cluster with unique strengths in translational medicine, cancer research and clinical trials, we offer unparalleled support across the life sciences sector.

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The Life Sciences Network

Top Talent

Research & Development


Specialized Infrastructure

Access to Capital Funding, Resources & Services

Quality of Life

“The attractiveness of Middlesex County is truly its location to hubs and headquarters of pharma and biotech. Middlesex County has become the nucleus for this explosion in translational science. It is the most prominent place in the discovery of new medications.”
- Dr. Reynold Panettieri

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