Bringing Biotech to L.A.

The 21st Century is often referred to as the “Bio Century.” The biosciences are at the forefront of both creativity and innovation, and represent a convergence point for engineering, information technology, nanosciences, and communications/media. In 2012 the Obama Administration released its National Bioeconomy Blueprint noting that the bioscience industry is “a large and rapidly growing segment of the world economy that provides substantial public benefit.”

From a regional economic development perspective, the biosciences are a particularly attractive economic driver because they represent a large, fast-growing, diverse, and crosscutting industry cluster, involving a wide range of manufacturing, service, and research activities that not only promote economic vitality and offer high quality jobs, but also advance public health.

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Biotech job market in demand

BioSpace.com listed the Top 10 Biotech Jobs Most in Demand Through 2024 in an October 10, 2016 article by Angela Rose. Rose reported that employment within… Read more »

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