Neighbors examine the BioCrossroads' approach

Schnitzler, Peter
January 2007
Indianapolis Business Journal;1/22/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 47, p19
The article focuses on the growing interest of various states over the BioCrossroads initiative that was created by Battelle Co. of Indiana. It is revealed that Illinois has developed a life science development strategy similar to the BioCrossroads approach to prod technology transfer and stimulate venture capital investments. It has created collaboration among biotechnological companies and provided a way for the expansion of biomedical research in different states in the U.S.


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