Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore have all placed in the Top 10 of the 2014 Scientific American Worldview Scorecard. This key industry index rates the best innovation climates for biotechnology knowledge development.
Australia ranks fourth in the world for its innovation environment, with particular strengths in IP, productivity, and focus on biotech.
New Zealand ranks eighth on the list, noted for its skilled professionals – a key ingredient to biotech success.
Singapore ranks second, commended for its commercially attractive business environment and high number of biotech patents.
BioPacific Partners are proud to source innovation from these outstanding countries.
You can view the full report here.
By Emma Armitage, Business Analyst, BioPacific Partners