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The BioCommons Research Park is a $30 million campus-style facility spread across 65 acres. The park provides centralized manufacturing space and the technology and infrastructure to accelerate products through the development cycle and into the marketplace. Expansion of the BioCommons Industrial park continues to include new businesses, accelerators and incubators to help more companies commercialize state-of-the-art products.

Located in the BioCommons, the new Bioscience Manufacturing Incubator (BMI) is a 20,000-sq. ft. facility comprising six fully serviced, self-contained units to support pilot-scale manufacturing of bio-based products. The BMI is essential to allow companies moving from R&D stage to commercial manufacturing, and to do so in PEI.

The Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC) is one of North America’s leading Veterinary training and research facilities, featuring nine leading centres of research expertise. A recently expanded 57,000-square-foot research complex provides additional space for AVC’s growing graduate studies and research programs, and contains a purpose-build SPF holding and lab area.

Adjacent to the AVC is the Regis & Joan Duffy Research Centre, housing the National Research Council Canada (NRC). This 55,000-square-foot research centre is home to over 100 scientists and support staff, including researchers from the NRC, Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food, visiting scientists, post-doctoral and graduate students, and industry partners. Early stage private sector companies occupy the Industry Partnership Facility within, providing access to critical infrastructure and tools, and benefiting from proximity to top-notch research teams.

A $7.5 Million expansion has added a 5,000-square-foot natural products extraction facility to the Bio Food Tech Centre in Charlottetown. The ISO-9001 certified facility contract provides lab and pilot plant-scale fermentation, extraction, isolation and purification services for bioactives used in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nutraceuticals, food products and animal health. A recently installed fermentation and downstream processing equipment suite is available to companies. 

Canada's Smartest Kitchen (CSK) is a state-of-the-art facility that combines culinary arts with the science of food to create marketable food products. This 12,000-square-foot facility is used for the research, development and testing of expansive food product line products.

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