Oregon Health and Science University is the largest life science market in the state spending over $286M last year. Last year, the university opened the new $295M Collaborative Life Science Building, which brings together researchers from Oregon Health & Science University, Oregon State University and Portland State University. It is anticipated that approximately 3,000 life science professionals per day use this new facility.Read More
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Oregon Health and Science University broke ground last month on a $160M new research building. The 320,000 square foot building, which will house 600 life scientists, has an expected completion date of 2018.Read More
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Did you know that many West Coast life science research institutions have increased their spending on research and development?
Below we have provided the actual amount of additional spending per institution plus a link to more detailed information:
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The Collaborative Life Science Building & Skourtes Tower is a unique project opening in June 2014 to bring together Oregon Health & Science University, Oregon State University and Portland State University in one location to benefit all of Oregon.
Oregon Health and Science University aims to raise over $500 million by 2015 to construct two new buildings. The $500 million will count toward a $1 billion cancer research fundraising plan at OHSU.