Montgomery County, Maryland has a combined base of 200 cutting-edge biotech enterprises, an extraordinary federal presence generating billions for private-sector grants and research, the highest trained labor pool, and first-rate educational institutions are powerful partners offering assets that are unsurpassed worldwide. Montgomery County has more than 78,000 private-sector, high-tech jobs and anchors the third largest cluster of biotech firms in the United States. This highly skilled, well-trained workforce is composed of a diverse group of workers including programmers, bio-informatics professionals, information systems integrators, software developers, and satellite engineers. Montgomery County owns and operates the Shady Grove Live Sciences Center, a 300-acre research and development park that is home to leading genomics, proteomics, and biotech companies as well as the campuses of Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland’s Center for Advanced Research and Biotechnology.
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