Smaller U.S. cities join race to become biotech centers

06/11/2009 | NYTimes.com

Charlotte, N.C., and Shreveport, La., are among the U.S. cities investing millions of dollars in constructing research centers and other facilities to lure biotech companies that would boost their economies. Some question whether these smaller cities can compete with Boston, San Diego, San Francisco and other established biotech hubs that have sufficient scientific talent and executives who know the drug-approval process.

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