Ceres Nanosciences Inc will soon be expanding in Right to Work Prince William County, Virginia. As a result, the company will be able to increase its manufacturing capacity. This is a really good thing because the company’s technology helps develop COVID-19 tests. This will also help the economy back on its feet by helping fight the pandemic and creating new jobs.
From Area Development Magazine:
“Ceres chose to expand in Virginia because of the Commonwealth’s commitment to support the life sciences industry and provide valuable incentives to small businesses throughout every stage of their growth cycle. […] Virginia has a deep well of scientific talent and resources that are critical for success in the biotech and life sciences industry.” […]
“This expansion will enable Ceres Nanosciences to vastly increase production of its patented technology to support current and future COVID-19 testing needs both in the Commonwealth and around the country. […] The company’s decision to reinvest in Prince William County affirms its strong commitment to the Commonwealth and our world-class workforce.” […]
“Cutting-edge Virginia companies like Ceres Nanosciences are vital contributors to worldwide efforts to improve and expand COVID-19 testing. […] We are grateful to Ceres for creating valuable, 21st-century jobs in Prince William County[…].”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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