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Supplement: Navigating the Network

Navigating the Network RELATED ARTICLES Growth and Development A Region Poised for (More) Growth Big-City Excitement Meets Country Charm Where Do We Go from Here? The Greater Philadelphia region is well-known for its rich asset base. Through the end of 2004, this base included 54,500 people employed in the core life sciences and 327,000 employed in related sectors. With more than 400 companies in the region related to life science, finding your n

The Scientist Staff
Navigating the Network

The Greater Philadelphia region is well-known for its rich asset base. Through the end of 2004, this base included 54,500 people employed in the core life sciences and 327,000 employed in related sectors. With more than 400 companies in the region related to life science, finding your next partner could be a daunting task as, at the moment, there is no one "clubhouse" where participants congregate. Nonetheless, there are organizations, events, consortiums, and even a searchable, expanding life science directory that offer opportunities for potential partners to connect. Here are just a few to get you started.

The Greater Philadelphia Life Sciences Guide
(www.look4science.com)

You may want to start your search with this Internet directory, which lists the names, brief summaries, and contact...

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