Korean Biopharmas Rush To Boston: What Are The Challenges And Opportunities?
'Nobel Prize Winners Sitting At Starbucks'
The head of the US arm of a major Korean government development institute talks to Scrip about why biotechs and pharma firms are flocking to Boston, how the organization is providing support and what the main challenges are.
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