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Nova Scotia becoming new biotech hub

By Brett Bundale, The Canadian Press, Toronto Star

A remote East Coast community with roots in coal and steel might not seem like the setting for Canada’s high-tech future.

Yet some of the country’s brightest minds are leaving big-city labs in Toronto and Silicon Valley and travelling to eastern Nova Scotia to scale up cutting-edge biotechnology.

On the outskirts of Sydney, inside a carbon-neutral glass and concrete structure, entrepreneurs behind promising high-growth startups are testing innovations at scale using industrial equipment like bioreactors, radio frequency dryers and fermenters.

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