Here's Lithuania

Lithuania is looking to become a new leader in biotech, reports Bernard Dichek at Nature's Trade Secrets blog, and the country is turning to Israel's biotech sector as a model. The country recently hosted a life sciences conference that drew about 800 attendees, including an Israeli delegation, he adds.

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