Grabbing the Life Sciences Ring

Brooks, Mike
September 2006
Indiana Business Magazine;Sep2006, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p80
The article discusses the author's views regarding Indiana's success in the field of life sciences. With Indiana ranking among the top states in bioscience successes, the author emphasize the need to start the development of a strategic plan for life sciences. Also, the author emphasize the importance to review the depth of Indiana's resources in this sector.


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