When it comes to state appeal, Ohio’s not exactly at the top of the list. It’s flat, sparsely populated, and its best-known mascot happens to be a nut. But thanks to efforts at Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve University, Ohio does have something going for it, and that’s a unique biotech entrepreneurship program designed to lure up-and-comers of the life sciences industry. “The state is looking for a new technology,” says Chris Cullis, a biology professor working on the program, of a state traditionally reliant on manufacturing.

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