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Biomedical Innovation: How the U.S. Can Stay Number One

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By Ross DeVol, chief research officer of the Milken Institute “The first step in winning the future is encouraging American innovation,” declared President Obama in his last State of the Union speech. A logical place to start is making sure that where we hold a lead, we keep it. Today, the U.S. has such a lead in biomedical innovation — the process of transforming scientific discoveries into vaccines, diagnostics, devices and therapies that improve and Read More >

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Tap into the Next Generation of Scientists

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The importance of mentoring and training students to become scientists has never been more critical as the U.S. aims to maintain its leadership in biotechnology. For students considering a future career path, biotech holds great promise. The industry currently employs 1.42 million Americans in high-wage, high quality jobs while supporting an additional 6.6 million jobs throughout the U.S.  On average, biotech jobs pay roughly two-thirds more than the average annual wage of the total U.S. Read More >

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South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard Talks Biotech

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Shortly before the 2011 BIO International Convention, I had the opportunity to speak with South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard about his state’s growing biotech presence and his first visit to the world’s largest global event for the biotechnology industry. South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard Click the link below to listen to the podcast interview with Governor Daugaard. South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard Talks Biotech On a similar note, J. Pat Costello of South Dakota Governor’s Office of Economic Read More >

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Rust Belt Renaissance; Biotech in the Buckeye State

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Once upon a time in America there was a broad region known as the Manufacturing Belt, it followed the Great Lakes from New York to Wisconsin. These days you generally hear it called the Rust Belt. Despite the loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs, it remains one of the world’s preeminent manufacturing areas with a workforce that has been retooled to participate in an innovation economy. Amid the sea of grim employment numbers and Read More >

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