Panel: Biotech, data science promise better NJ health and business growth
Companies and academic institutions of New Jersey have a unique opportunity to solve health care problems and grow new businesses at the intersection of biotechnology and data science, a panel of leaders from industry and academia concluded at a conference convened by Princeton University on Oct. 25. Read the full story here.
Panelists included, from left, Robert Hugin of Celgene Corporation, Leslie Greengard of the Flatiron Institute, Debbie Hart of BioNJ, Prakash Balan of the National Science Foundation, Elizabeth Bruce of Microsoft, William Welsh of Rutgers University, and Jennifer Rexford of Princeton University.
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