Ungated Post | 30 Apr 2015

Reinventing life sciences: How emerging ecosystems fuel innovation

This research paper from IBM’s Institute for Business Value and the University of California at San Diego is based on a survey conducted in late 2014 by Oxford Economics for the IBV. Leveraging the insights of 750 executives in seven countries and nine life sciences-related areas, Reinventing life sciences assesses the ways key players in this fast-changing field are reevaluating traditional business models, processes and operations. Two more papers based on the same survey data will be published in the months ahead.

Read the full report.

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