In the past year and a half the City of Mason has attracted more than $400,000,000 in new biotechnology investment and 2,400 jobs. How did city leaders do it? By laying the groundwork years ago, as reported in 2013 by WVXU.
Researchers from Google X, Stanford and Duke plan to drill down to the most basic level of the human body. They want to determine what we look like when we're well, so doctors know sooner when we are becoming sick.
Key stakeholders in Ohio's bioscience industry just wrapped up a two day conference in Columbus where they charted their roles for an expanding future. BioOhio President and CEO John Lewis says the goal this year was to get more companies engaged and realize the resources available to them in Ohio.