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October 3rd, 2006
Washington’s Big Brain Deficit
Amber Radcliffe, the operations chief at NanoString Technologies Inc., a company that’s developing a nanotechnology-based platform for single molecule identification, holds an MBA from the University of Washington. Two other company employees also have UW Ph.D. degrees. However, Nano String’s other scientists have all come from beyond the borders of Washington. “Mostly, we have to go outside the state to fill positions,” she explains.
NanoString Technologies Inc.
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