INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels is leading a platoon of economic-development officials and academic leaders in setting an ambitious goal for their state’s life-sciences industry following five years of progress in attracting jobs, capital, and research talent.
Addressing attendees at a conference held here last week, Daniels vowed “to continue Indiana’s movement not merely into the first tier, but to the very front rank of life-sciences centers of concentration and emerging technological excellence.”

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