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Capital of the World

By | November 22, 2004

New York City is a diverse center of internationalism, and its scientific resources mirror that diversity, say researchers.

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Fierce Competition

By | November 22, 2004

and for efforts to get those innovations to the bedside quickly.

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From Cell to Sell

By | November 22, 2004

If a biotech visionary can make it anywhere, then it should be in New York City, a growing chorus of government officials and scientific leaders now say.

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Kings of the Hill

By | November 22, 2004

are located within one square mile of each other in midtown Manhattan.

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Law and Order

By | November 22, 2004

When academic institutions, biotech firms, and pharmaceutical companies from around the world need money to underwrite their ideas, they turn to New York City's venture capitalists and investment banks.

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Letter from the Deans

November 22, 2004

Welcome to New York City. As the leaders of many of the foremost medical research institutions in the world, we believe there is no better place for the biosciences to grow and flourish.

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Longing to Stray

By | November 22, 2004

New York State, particularly in and around New York City, possesses an extraordinary concentration of world-class biomedical research and financial institutions, assets that ought to place the state among the very top locations for a thriving biotechnology industry.

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Maximum Security

By | November 22, 2004

If you visit the State University of New York's Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, you'll find crash barriers disguised as large flowerpots surrounding its medical school and hospital.

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New York City: Start Spreading the News

By | November 22, 2004

Growing up in the suburbs of New York in the 1970s, as one of us (IO) did, was not necessarily a good time to fall in love with the city.

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Profile | Garo Armen

By | November 22, 2004

One night in 1978 in the middle of the energy crisis, Garo Armen was driving home from his job as a research associate in photosynthesis at Brookhaven National Laboratories in Long Island, NY, when he stopped at a gas station.

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