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Arrayit Corporation's CEO, Rene Schena, Chosen to Promote Economic Growth Center to Big Pharma and Biotech Businesses


2/2/2012 10:05:34 AM

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb. 2, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- With pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer Inc. investing in shifting operations to a few bioscience hotspots (Wall Street Journal, November 23, 2011), Sunnyvale, CA, in the heart of Silicon Valley, is betting that a testimonial by successful CEO Rene Schena of Arrayit Corporation will seal the deal. Sunnyvale is currently home to Cepheid, Lockheed Martin, Yahoo, Network Appliance, Molecular Devices, Intuitive Surgical, St. Jude Medical, and research organizations such as the Parkinson's Institute and NASA Ames Space Science Research Center. Google is opening a campus in Sunnyvale in 2012. Indeed, Sunnyvale was the #1 top rated City throughout North and South America for "Best Economic Potential", according to Financial Times "American Cities of the Future 2011/12" report. Sunnyvale also topped the list of "25 Most Inventive Cities" in the nation with more patents per capita than any other as ranked by TheDailyBeast.com, a merger of the Daily Beast & Newsweek.

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