Innovation & Tech

by Christine Hansen Within three minutes of being launched online, over 180 applications were filed for Maryland’s $8 million in biotech tax credits available this fiscal year.  The tax credit program, which was first funded with $6 million in FY 2007, encourages investors to provide seed and early-stage funding to

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Innovation & TechManufacturing

by Michael Raia, Director of Communications, Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation Maryland is a Green Economy leader. According to a new report released earlier this week by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Collaborative (MARC) – a partnership between Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. – Maryland has the most per capita

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Innovation & TechManufacturing

by Leah Michaels For twelve years, Steve Borsh, Vice President and General Manager of Bakery Express, has made a point of getting to know all of his employees. “We’ve done a lot to make this a great place to work. We don’t want our workplace to feel like a sweat

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CommerceHistoryMaryland LivingTourism

By Leah Michaels   Fourth of July is quickly approaching and Maryland is planning events across the state throughout the weekend in order to celebrate the national holiday. The Maryland Symphony Orchestra will be playing their compilation of American tunes titled Salute to Independence at the Antietam National Battlefield Saturday,

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CommerceJob CreationMaryland Economy

System designed to expedite review system for priority area development projects in State by Christine Hansen Standing inside the 125,000 square foot bakery plant of Bakery Express/Ms Desserts in Halethorpe, officials today unveiled a new permitting system that streamlines the review process and allows businesses to more easily obtain permits

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Innovation & Tech

Video by Zoe Pagonis Governor O’Malley joined leaders in Maryland’s bioscience industry in showcasing Maryland’s strengths at the 2011 BIO International convention held in Washington, DC this week. Maryland’s life sciences industry employs 160,030 people — 71,600 directly – and accounts for 6.5% of the state’s GDP, roughly $17.6 billion

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