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Byline: M. Paul Jackson
Jul. 8--The 31 tenants within the Piedmont Triad Research Park are all based in different buildings, but they're still connected.
That's the sentiment from research park officials, who said yesterday the park's tenants need to work together to foster biotechnology throughout the area.
In February, park officials created the Tenant Association Network, a collection of businesses in the park that meet to discuss growth within the biotechnology and business-services industry, said Nancy Johnston, the park's director of marketing.
The group, which will meet three times a year, will ultimately help shape the research …