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Florida Lays Out Wilkommen Mat for $188 Million Max Planck Florida Institute, an Industrial Info News Alert

SUGAR LAND, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 12/19/12 -- Reported by Annette Kreuger, Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Florida was excited to watch a dream turn into reality with the opening of the $188 million Max Planck Florida Institute in Jupiter. Originally reported in 2007, it was a big win for the Sunshine State when the esteemed Max Plank Society (Munich, Germany) chose Jupiter as the site for its first operation outside of Europe. The Max Planck Society was founded more than 60 years ago in Germany and today has more than 80 scientific institutes.

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