Atlas
BioShanghai
Christopher Torrens(ctorrens@the-scientist.com) | Oct 9, 2005
Think of China, and what comes to mind?
Madison, Wisconsin: The Midwest's Low-Key Hotspot
Ted Agres(tagres@the-scientist.com) | Jun 19, 2005
In the middle of dairy country, nestled by four glacial lakes, Madison, Wisconsin is quietly emerging as a biotechnology and life science powerhouse.
Focus on Berlin
Ned Stafford(nstafford@the-scientist.com) | Mar 27, 2005
If you ask Detlev Ganten whether he would like to see Berlin develop into a global life science center in coming years, he will say "no."
Focus on Seattle
Ted Agres(tagres@the-scientist.com) | Dec 5, 2004
As the largest city in the northwest United States, Seattle is probably known less for biotech than it is for aerospace (Boeing), software (Microsoft in nearby Redmond), coffee (Starbucks), and online retail (Amazon.com).