Best in Industry, 2012

Whether working for a pharmaceutical giant or a biotech start-up with a unique vision, researchers who responded to this year’s Best Places to Work in Industry survey are translating society’s most pressing scientific needs into a new generation of drugs, research tools, and cutting-edge innovations.

By | June 1, 2012

Sal Sadoti, one of several engineering technicians at #1-ranked ADInstruments, tests a prototype of a new software-controlled isolated stimulator.

Sal Sadoti, one of several engineering technicians at #1-ranked ADInstruments, tests a prototype of a new software-controlled isolated stimulator.

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Whether working for a pharmaceutical giant or a biotech start-up with a unique vision, researchers who responded to this year’s Best Places to Work in Industry survey are translating society’s most pressing scientific needs into a new generation of drugs, research tools, and cutting-edge innovations. Wyatt Technology (#4), with a workforce of around 100 employees, provides instrumentation for the characterization of macromolecules, while the similarly small Genomatica (#8) offers new green and sustainable ways of manufacturing chemicals. And big industry staples such as Bayer (#20), Novartis (#17), and Dow AgroSciences (#7) continue to push the boundaries of health care, agriculture, and materials sciences.

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June 3, 2012

wonderful information,this is just the kind of information that i had been looking for, i'm already your rss reader now and i would regularly watch out for the new posts, once again hats off to you! Thanks a ton once again, Regards, periodic table with charges

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