Mass. Bio Council Next Week to Unveil What Communities Can Attract Life-Science Shops | GenomeWeb
The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council is about a week away from publishing its first-ever series of ratings designed to measure whether certain communities are ready to accommodate life-sciences companies seeking to relocate to, or expand within, the Bay State.
 
The council’s BioReady Communities Campaign is designed to guide not only life-sciences employers seeking a suitable community, but also municipalities seeking to draw the industry into their borders.
 

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