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$3 million pilot program to find, train people for STEM jobs

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

A new 3-year pilot program bolstered by federal and state money will recruit and train Delawareans in STEM skills needed for basic laboratory and advanced biomanufacturing jobs. The move is part of a state focus on training a workforce for the future, partly to attract and keep the kind of STEM-related businesses expected to grow and provide more jobs in …

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Incyte’s move into MBNA buildings will add up to 500 new jobs

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

Incyte will buy two former MBNA buildings in downtown Wilmington, Bracebridge I and Bracebridge III, which will allow the biopharmaceutical company to move about 850 jobs into the city, expand its laboratory space in Alapocas, and move 300 jobs into Delaware. The 517,307 square feet in the Bracebridge buildings will almost double the company’s Delaware footprint. Incyte will focus first …

TSD Review Feb 29

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – February 29, 2024

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include 4 finalists named for Delaware Symphony’s music director job Agilent, Incyte seek way to predict effectiveness of drugs Delaware DOJ to appeal absentee, early voting ruling 12 finalists will compete for 2024 Poetry Out Loud title Wilmington Charter goes back-to-back, ties most wins in State Mock Trial Courtside View – Girls basketball first round playoff …

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Agilent, Incyte seek way to predict effectiveness of drugs

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

Agilent Technologies and Incyte have begun working together to create tests that will help a patient understand how good a candidate he or she may be for Incyte’s immunotherapy treatments. Incyte, a biopharmaceutical company headquartered in Delaware, specializes in drugs that treat unusual and rare cancers. Agilent, headquartered in Santa Clara, California, with a campus near Greenville off Lancaster Pike, …

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Chamber dinner celebrates jobs, involvement, Incyte’s growth

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

A night to celebrate all things business and jobs started Monday with a call for Delaware to ready itself to become a manufacturing hub. China long has been a magnet for manufacturing, but its decision to limit couples to one child soon will mean there’s not a big enough workforce to man factories, said Mike Quaranta, president of the Delaware …

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DelDOT rethinking area around Augustine Cut-Off bridge

Ken MammarellaGovernment, Headlines

Plans are under way to make roadways around the Augustine Cut-Off bridge over the Brandywine safer and better for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians. And slower for drivers. The Delaware Department of Transportation project  extends from Brandywine Hundred down to Lovering Avenue in the northern edge of Wilmington. The most prominent change involves reconfiguring the triangular intersection of Lovering Avenue and N. …