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Spain, Portugal and Czech Republic make strides in biotech

The Third Annual Worldview Bio-Innovation Scorecard report, published by Scientific American, points to progress in Europe

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The annual Worldview Bio-Innovation Scorecard produced by Scientific American shows notable advances by Spain and Portugal in the development of their biotech sectors.

The Scorecard covers a number of measures including work force availability, education and intellectual property protection, and highlights what countries need to do to improve their capacity for creating biotech innovation locally.

“It’s fascinating to see the countries that have challenging environments in terms of innovation capacity, show consistent growth within our index,” said...



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