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Biopharmaceutical Innovation Hubs and the Future of Work

Innovation hubs such as metro Boston are all the rage.  Urban living is back in style, face-to-face communication trounces teleconferences, and innovation-starved pharma companies are looking to academic centers for new targets and new enabling technologies.  Academic institutions in turn are looking … Continue reading

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Bristol Meyers Squibb Joins the R&D Hub Consolidation in Cambridge, Massachusetts

BMS has just announced that it will be closing its Wallingford, Connecticut facility and relocating much of R&D to Cambridge MA.  Derek Lowe has some coverage.

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Takeda Joins the R&D Migration to Boston

From Fierce Biotech, news that the “unending game of global reorganization in biopharma R&D is continuing” with a new move by Takeda to close several vaccine operations around the U.S. in order to concentrate R&D in “the hot Boston/Cambridge, MA hub“

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Why isn’t New York City a Biotech Hub?

An article in the Wall Street Journal says that high rents are the problem: It also underscores a wider problem for the city as it tries to attract biotech away from thriving centers like San Francisco and Boston—an inability to … Continue reading

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