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October 12, 2010
Most Picturesque Biopharma Location?
I'm sitting in my conference, listening to a guy from Emerald Biostructures, the former deCODE. They're in a site out on Bainbridge Island near Seattle - I've talked with several people from out there, and they all talk about riding the ferry out in the morning, etc. Now, Cambridge is OK, but it ain't Bainbridge Island as far as scenery goes. (However, as someone who used to life and work in northern NJ, I have to be happy with what I have!)
So here's my question: what's the most scenic, envy-inducing location for a biopharma research site? For these purposes, we'll rank by natural beauty - if there's some biotech that's leasing the top floors of the Chrysler Building, and I sure don't think that there is, we'll take them up as a separate category. Nominations?
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