SPOTLIGHT, WITH J.D. BOOTH

Discover how Western’s Sarnia Lambton Research Park is working to grow new business ventures

Dr. Katherine Albion is a key member of a team that is helping new businesses grow

Dr. Katherine Albion is one of the key members of a team at Western Sarnia Lambton Research Park.

For over a decade, the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park has served as a strong link between concept and commerce, and a key contributor to the movement of an idea or a discovery from the lab bench to the marketplace.

The facility, which is on land owned by the The Park, is home to the Bowman Centre for Technology Commercialization, Canada’s largest clean-tech incubator, focused on large-scale industrial biotechnology.

The 80-acre Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park was established in 2003 as a joint initiative of the County of Lambton, the City of Sarnia, and Western University.

Dr. Katherine Albion, director of the Bowman Centre, recently sat with Lambton Shield editor J.D. Booth to talk about how the facility continues to drive innovation and the role it plays in helping grow the local economy.

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