Donald Medlin said he wanted Beam Lab, the startup company he runs, to be part of Greenville’s business community after it was born in the medical physics lab at Clemson University. The 28-year-old doctoral student and five other Beam Lab founders are developing a radiation therapy machine they say will be better than what’s on the market now. Medlin said he considered putting Beam Lab in a business incubator that’s located in the offices of Clemson’s graduate business school on Main Street in downtown Greenville.
Ultimately, though, he chose a business incubator designed specifically for manufacturing startups. It’s inside Greenville Tech’s new 100,000-square-foot Center for Manufacturing Innovation on Millennium Boulevard in Greenville.
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