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Could Cultural Diversity Be The Key To Miami's Life Science Boom?
Spanish biotech company to build U.S. headquarters in Miami
2015-06-26 A Spain-based biotech company has decided to lay down its roots in the U.S. with a location within the University of Miami Life Science and Technology Park. Bird Biotech America LLC will add 10 high-paying local jobs and about $50,000 in new capital investments within three years, theBeacon Council said....
As Life Science and health technology parks pop up all over the US, it is rare to see them filled with minorities. However, when based in Miami, there is no choice. The city itself boasts several large hospital systems and universities, a growing startup scene, the most genetic diversity in the US, a booming urban setting, a hospitality rich workforce, and close proximity to Latin America.
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Date Published 2015-01-24
Publication Forbes
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