At a ribbon cutting ceremony today (TUE), the University of Kansas Medical Center officially unveiled a new business incubator. The goal is to help create new companies and grow existing businesses by partnering with researchers at KU. The facility offers lab space and business training. KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little says the facility will help companies create jobs.
So far, three businesses have moved in. This is the third business incubator opened by KU. The other two are located on the KU campus in Lawrence.