Issue Date: August 3, 2015
Boston’s Life Sciences Experiment
Take one densely populated metropolitan area. Drop in growth factors including top academic institutions and medical centers, a seemingly endless supply of fresh ideas for start-ups, a surge in funding for young biotech companies, and the imprimatur of big pharma. Let ferment. What do you get?
Boston. By all accounts—except perhaps those given by San Francisco boosters—it is the hottest place on Earth for biotech.
In the following pages, C&EN explores Boston’s bustling life sciences . . .
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