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Mass. Biotech Council Designates First Set of 'BioReady' Communities Ready for Life-Sci Development

The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, the Bay State's life sciences industry group, on April 30 announced its first set of communities rated the readiest to accommodate life-sciences companies seeking to relocate to or expand within the Bay State.

The council’s BioReady Communities Campaign designated 44 municipalities, of which:

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