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Wet lab shortage in Baltimore | PHOTOS

Gliknik Inc. lab manager Emmanuel Merigeon works in the biotechnology company's lab at University of Maryland BioPark.
(Kenneth K. Lam)

Wet lab shortage in Baltimore | PHOTOS

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There's a need for more "wet lab" space in Baltimore.
(Ulysses Muñoz, Kenneth K. Lam)
Gliknik Inc. lab
Gliknik Inc. lab manager Emmanuel Merigeon works in the biotechnology company's lab at University of Maryland BioPark.
Gliknik Inc. lab manager Emmanuel Merigeon works in the biotechnology company's lab at University of Maryland BioPark. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Gliknik Inc. lab
Gliknik Inc. researcher assoiciate Stephen Goralski works in the biotech company's lab.
Gliknik Inc. researcher assoiciate Stephen Goralski works in the biotech company's lab. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Gliknik Inc. lab
Gliknik Inc., is one of the first tenants at University of Maryland BioPark. The BioPark has plans to add two buildings to address a "wet lab" shortage in Baltimore.
Gliknik Inc., is one of the first tenants at University of Maryland BioPark. The BioPark has plans to add two buildings to address a "wet lab" shortage in Baltimore. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Gliknik Inc. lab
David Block, CEO of the biotech firm Gliknik Inc., is one of the first tenants at University of Maryland BioPark.
David Block, CEO of the biotech firm Gliknik Inc., is one of the first tenants at University of Maryland BioPark. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Jane Shaa
Jane Shaab is executive director of University of Maryland BioPark, which plans to add two buildings to help address a "wet lab" shortage in Baltimore.
Jane Shaab is executive director of University of Maryland BioPark, which plans to add two buildings to help address a "wet lab" shortage in Baltimore. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Johns Hopkins wet lab
Nam Nguyen, a scientist at the company he founded, 3DNamics, changes the media with stem cells he’s developing in a Johns Hopkins wet lab on Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021.
Nam Nguyen, a scientist at the company he founded, 3DNamics, changes the media with stem cells he’s developing in a Johns Hopkins wet lab on Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Johns Hopkins wet lab
Nam Nguyen, a scientist at the company he founded, 3DNamics, works in a Johns Hopkins wet lab.
Nam Nguyen, a scientist at the company he founded, 3DNamics, works in a Johns Hopkins wet lab. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Johns Hopkins wet lab
Nam Nguyen, a scientist at the company he founded, 3DNamics, displays some of the stem cells he’s developing in a Johns Hopkins wet lab.
Nam Nguyen, a scientist at the company he founded, 3DNamics, displays some of the stem cells he’s developing in a Johns Hopkins wet lab. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Johns Hopkins wet lab
Nam Nguyen, a scientist at the company he founded, 3DNamics, works Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021, in a Johns Hopkins wet lab.
Nam Nguyen, a scientist at the company he founded, 3DNamics, works Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021, in a Johns Hopkins wet lab. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Johns Hopkins wet lab
Graham Kulig, a microbiologist for MelaTech, takes notes in a Johns Hopkins wet lab.
Graham Kulig, a microbiologist for MelaTech, takes notes in a Johns Hopkins wet lab. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Johns Hopkins wet lab
Graham Kulig, a microbiologist for MelaTech, cleans up his workstation.
Graham Kulig, a microbiologist for MelaTech, cleans up his workstation. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Johns Hopkins wet lab
Santiago Appiani, a research associate with Ashvattha Therapeutics, works in a Johns Hopkins wet lab.
Santiago Appiani, a research associate with Ashvattha Therapeutics, works in a Johns Hopkins wet lab. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Johns Hopkins wet lab
Graham Kulig, a microbiologist for MelaTech, goes through the inoculation process for a fungus he’s developing in a Johns Hopkins wet lab.
Graham Kulig, a microbiologist for MelaTech, goes through the inoculation process for a fungus he’s developing in a Johns Hopkins wet lab. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Johns Hopkins wet lab
The door frame on a shared workspace in a Johns Hopkins wet lab.
The door frame on a shared workspace in a Johns Hopkins wet lab. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
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