It’s a time of contraction for the life sciences industry, as executives at major biosciences firms attempt to decipher not only how to create the next big drug, but also where to locate facilities for the next wave of product development.
The industry, made up of drug makers and biological research and development types, takes up a wide array of properties, including research labs, offices, healthcare equipment manufacturing facilities and distribution ce
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