Biotechnology: Independent streak | Science 2.0 news |

Scientists willing to take a risk are setting up individual research operations in rented lab space.


Ethan Perlstein was frustrated. As a non-traditional postdoc, he had spent five years running an independent lab at Princeton University in New Jersey. He wanted to continue doing what he had trained for, but a tough academic job market meant that he had no guarantees. So he decided to move to a noted biotechnology hub, California's San Francisco Bay area, to try launching his own lab without the support of an academic institution. (...) par Virginia Gewin, Nature499,509-511(2013), 24 July 2013

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