Magazine Article | January 4, 2022

COVID Presents An Opportunity For Rural Biopharma Innovation

Source: Life Science Leader

By Jake Reder

Innovation is the application of invention. Invention — especially biotech invention — flows from research. This is why, at the center of every biotech innovation ecosystem, you’ll find a university.

Research and researchers are two of the most important ingredients in the ecosystem. Access to facilities (e.g., core equipment, vivaria) is helpful. Engaged alums, a strong brand, and increasingly, access to seed capital and entrepreneurial guidance are additional benefits of many research universities. Sophisticated capital and business leadership can then transform inventions into innovation.

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