Bio & Pharmaceuticals


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Case study | May 24, 2016
Lubbock, Texas: A Hub City of Powerful Industries   

Check out this appealing city in the northwest quadrant of TX, population of ~245,000 — local business leaders are pleased with its progress. More>>



MOcore
Case study | September 9, 2011
Success in the Heart of the Heartland: Missouri CORE   

Central Missouri is not just at the heart of Missouri; it’s at the heart of America. That position has motivated hundreds of businesses to locate... More>>



North Port, Florida
Case study | March 9, 2011
North Port, Florida: New Development and Rapid Growth Makes This Buzzing Community a Smart Place to Live and Work   

Though it has roots as a retirement community, today the city of North Port, Florida, is anything but. Over the past 10 years, this thriving city in... More>>


Case study | February 28, 2009
Emerging Education Assets will Drive Technology Advancements in Central Florida's Polk County   

SRI International’s recently completed Industry Cluster Assessment & Selection study prepared for the Central Florida Development Council hits the... More>>


Case study | December 31, 2007
Biotech in the Baton Rouge Area is AAAA Rated   

“Quality in, quality out” – that is a fitting motto for any region that hopes to create a leading biotech sector. The Baton Rouge area is well... More>>


Case study | February 28, 2007
From Strength to Strength: Polk County Builds on Its Successes   

Florida's Polk County has a record of turning local strengths to advantage. It was originally known for phosphate mining and citrus groves. But then... More>>


Case study | March 31, 2005
Purdue: Incubator and Magnet to the World   

Purdue Research Park’s slogan "The idea economy is here" is an accurate reflection of the park’s reputation in Indiana and throughout the nation... More>>


Case study | March 31, 2005
Tallahassee's Bioscience Transformation   

When Tallahassee was named the capital of Florida in 1845, the Florida peninsula was sparsely populated, lined with towering trees, sweeping wet... More>>