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Byline: M. Paul Jackson
Jul. 16--The Triad's biotechnology community needs to build a network of scientists to succeed, as well as find more laboratory space, attract entrepreneurs and develop more education programs for students.
And that's just the beginning.
That was the message from biotechnology leaders who issued 21 recommendations late Thursday on how to develop the area's biotech industry.
The recommendations were released at a reception at the O. Henry Hotel in Greensboro. More than 100 people attended the reception, organized by the Advisory Committee for Biotechnology in the Piedmont Triad.
Establishing concrete goals …