RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – E-cigarette maker JUUL plans to open a research facility in the Triangle in April 2022. A spokesman for the company said the building at Research Triangle Park will be used for scientific research, development and testing, WRAL News reported Tuesday evening.

“We will continue to seek to earn the trust of key stakeholders, including local officials, as we advance the potential for harm reduction for adult smokers while combating underage usage,” JUUL said in a statement.

The new facility is expected to create 35 full-time jobs, according to the spokesman.

Read the WRAL story online.