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Will life sciences be a driving force of the 21st century economy? : challenges for Arabic-speaking states

Author: Juan Enriquez; Helen Quigley; Harvard Business School. Division of Research.
Publisher: [Boston] : Division of Research, Harvard Business School, ©2003.
Series: Working paper (Harvard Business School. Division of Research), 03-114.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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To launch a significant life sciences effort today, one has to bring together the leading edge of many disciplines, including biology, chemistry, mathematics, medicine, and pharmacology. A millennia ago, the leading practitioners of life sciences lived in the Arabic-speaking world. Why was so much talent lost and might it be rebuilt for peaceful use someday? What might this example imply for other developing  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Juan Enriquez; Helen Quigley; Harvard Business School. Division of Research.
OCLC Number: 52570133
Notes: "A version of this paper was prepared for the ECCRS conference in Abu Dhabi, UAE. January 11, 2003."
Description: 27 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Working paper (Harvard Business School. Division of Research), 03-114.
Responsibility: Juan Enriquez, Helen Quigley.

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To launch a significant life sciences effort today, one has to bring together the leading edge of many disciplines, including biology, chemistry, mathematics, medicine, and pharmacology. A millennia ago, the leading practitioners of life sciences lived in the Arabic-speaking world. Why was so much talent lost and might it be rebuilt for peaceful use someday? What might this example imply for other developing countries as the life sciences revolution goes forward?

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