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January 7th, 2007
Singapore: Who's doing the asking now?
"To be honest, senior people have a lot of places with attractive offers they can go to. You can bring really good people in, but if they don't find opportunities where they can make a difference and be successful, they will move on," said Dr Jackie Ying, who was personally headhunted by A*Star chairman Philip Yeo three years ago to leave her post in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to head the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology here.
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