Jupiter’s Grow­ing Biotech­nol­ogy Sec­tor

The Palm Beach Post - Residences - - Front Page - Jupiter-Te­questa-Hobe Sound Coun­cil of the Mi­ami As­so­ci­a­tion of Real­tors Web­site: Of­fice­hours: Con­tact: Pres­i­dent:

2151 S Alt A1A, Suite 1100 Jupiter, FL 33477 Tele­phone: (561) 746-2707 Fax: (561) 575-9766


8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon­day through Fri­day

Joanne Wer­stlein Vice Pres­i­dent jw­er­stlein@jth­sre­al­tors.com

Lynne Rifkin, Keller Wil­liams of the Palm Beaches www.jth­sre­al­tors.com 561-906-7500 lyn­ner­ifkin@gmail.com

A diver­si­fied econ­omy is key to any real es­tate mar­ket, and Jupiter is adding to its econ­omy via its grow­ing biotech­nol­ogy sec­tor.

Biotech­nol­ogy har­nesses cel­lu­lar and biomolec­u­lar pro­cesses to de­velop tech­nolo­gies that help im­prove lives and the health of our planet. Some es­ti­mates say the biotech­nol­ogy sec­tor could add over 100,000 new jobs through­out the na­tion in the com­ing years.

Scripps Re­search In­sti­tute, which is one of the most pres­ti­gious bio­med­i­cal science or­ga­ni­za­tions in the coun­try and is head­quar­tered in La Jolla, Calif., has a 30-acre cam­pus in Jupiter, Fla. Scripps opened the Jupiter cam­pus with the aim to cre­ate new prod­ucts and meth­ods to fight dis­ease.

Scripps Florida has more than 600 em­ploy­ees at its Jupiter cam­pus. Scripps is com­mit­ted to its Florida cam­pus, re­cruit­ing new sci­en­tists to join­ing the fac­ulty. Re­cently, the Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment Board of Palm Beach County re­ported that biotech jobs in the county to­taled about 3,000.

Lynne Rifkin

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