The birth of a cluster

Hopefully you read my latest post, and how I practically demanded the appearance of local clusters of biotechnology, with research and innovation throughout the world. There’s a first effort in my country that is proving to be a great framework for this: Redbionova.

This platform, founded and managed by Chilean scientists, aims to bring together students, researchers and entrepreneurs in all the areas of biotechnology. They have more than 10,000 visits per month, which may not sound like much until you learn that their impact indicators are almost 5 times better than any other website of similar niche in our country.

Originally written for Nature Biotechnology. Check out the full post in the Trade Secrets Blog.

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