Leading the Pack is Ireland | GenomeWeb

All the life sciences investments in Ireland led to nearly 2,000 new jobs, reports the BBC. One quarter of all foreign investments in life sciences in the European market between July 2006 and June 2007 went to Ireland — double what Switzerland and France each brought in.

If only it didn't rain so much in Dublin.

 

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