Opinion: States Battle for Biomedical Supremacy
Competitive recruiting among medical schools has launched “a boom in academic poaching” to lure — or retain — top scientists.
Competitive recruiting among medical schools has launched “a boom in academic poaching” to lure — or retain — top scientists. Texas, with millions of dollars to spend, is responsible for much of the churn. (The New York Times)
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