The Southeastern United States has long been recognized for producing talented scientists and technicians. But are too many of them leaving the Southeast to find jobs?
I recently explored this issue in an article that was published in the August 2008 edition of Tech Journal South.
Georgia, North Carolina and Florida were selected as representative Southeastern states. The problems they face-and solutions they create-are likely to reflect on other neighboring states.
Area scientists and administrators, including those who work in the Southeast or are actively involved in recruiting and retaining talent, weighed in on the issue.
Read the full article here.
Southeast BIO is a regional nonprofit organization that fosters the growth of the life sciences industry in the Southeastern United States. Tech Journal South is the business publication for the Southeast’s new economy.