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Western Research Park
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Western Research Parks

For nearly three dedes, Western Research Parks have served as a strong link between ademics and commerce, and a key contributor to the movement of an idea or a discovery from concept to the marketplace. The original Park, now lled Western Discovery Park, is loted adjacent to Western University and is home to over 200,000 square feet of office space, lab space and industrial grade space, including the Stiller Centre for Technology Commercialization, one of nada’s most successful biotechnology incubators.

Western has expanded its Park program and contributed to the opening of two more Parks, a 10 hectare site loted alongside Highway 401 lled the Western Advanced Manufacturing Park, and a 30 hectare lotion just south of Highway 402 lled the Western-Sarnia-Lambton Research Park. 


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