In European Biotech Hotspots, Demand for Space Drives Costs Ever Higher | GenomeWeb

This is the last in a three-part series examining the interplay between genomic hotspots and the real estate markets that serve them. This installment covers the trends experienced by the genomics sector in four cities in Britain and Germany.

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