Reinventing Biotech’s Business Model: The Photo Gallery

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Reinventing Biotech’s Business Model — Kevin Starr (left) and John Maraganore (center) talked about how the science has never been more exciting in biotech, and how entrepreneurs need to be more focused and disciplined when there’s less money being thrown at good ideas. Starr talked about how Third Rock looks to instill a “nothing is impossible” attitude in its startups, and Maraganore also stressed the human element, and his desire to build an enduring company, not just a single-drug project.
Photo by Curt Woodward

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  • R. Jones

    When you talk about having enough former company T-shirts to build a quilt, you are really talking about enough soul crushing layoffs to kill ones desire to continue pursuing a career in this industry. We’re talking about a huge quilt that represents the loss of billions of dollars.

  • R. Jones

    Quip: a witty or funny observation or response usually made on the spur of the moment.

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