Drawing on the Young

BGI is divided into a number of parts, and all of them are powered by young researchers and staff, Bioentrepreneur's Trade Secrets blog writes. BGI, it says, has more than 4,000 employees spread across its different parts, including BGI Research, BGI Tech, BGI Healthcare, and BGI Agriculture as well as spinoff companies and a college.

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