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When it comes to locations for a research park that attract top-notch scientists, Barcelona’s beachfront might be one of the best ideas in the field. The Barcelona Biomedical Research Park, situated next to Barcelona’s Olympic Harbor, is Catalonia’s newest and largest facility devoted entirely to biomedical research. With space for more than 1,000 scientists, the park comprises several independent institutes and attracts researchers from around the world.

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