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Building a Biotech Ecosystem in Buffalo

2 thoughts on “Building a Biotech Ecosystem in Buffalo

  1. Investment help from the State, which helps both universities as well as businesses in the biotechnology sector, is a great initiative. There is a great need to attract more students towards this sector and initiatives like this will have great benefits in the long term.

  2. I believe that new and different types of viruses will occur more in future. To be capable of fighting them properly we should first optimize the preventive measures and then work on possible solutions (from medical point of view). It is more about being as well prepared for the unexpected, as possible.

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