Study ranks Boston, San Francisco as biotech's leading U.S. cities

06/21/2005 | NYTimes.com

A study released at BIO 2005 puts Boston at the epicenter of biotechnology in the U.S., leading San Francisco, with Philadelphia and New York metropolitan areas, which share New Jersey and its drug companies, placing third and fourth, respectively. The study ranked the region around Raleigh-Durham, N.C.; San Diego, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Chicago, Seattle and Dallas as next in order, when all of the life-sciences industries are counted. That includes device makers and related research and development, as well as biotech and pharmaceutical companies.

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