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The Scientist presents its list of the best places to work in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, which is based on 2,018 survey responses from its readers. Number one this year is the Australia-based ADInstruments, a data acquisition and analysis firm aimed at researchers and teachers in the life and physical sciences.

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