BioSpace Releases Exclusive Hotbed Maps
BioSpace’s exclusive Hotbed Maps highlight nine different regions to watch across the U.S. This map, made in vibrant color for BioSpace showcases a one-of-a-kind glance at some of 2023’s headline-making companies.
“We’re thrilled to roll out 2023’s exclusive Hotbed Map designs,” said Josh Goodwin, CEO of BioSpace. “These artistic renderings are a wonderful way for companies to highlight their brand within the industry to their employees, investors and onlookers. When a prospective employee spots the map online or in the office, it makes a statement about the company’s prominence in the industry—and the region.”
Goodwin said the maps are a powerful tool to give people a snapshot of who’s whom in the industry.
Life sciences professionals can view the latest edition of the maps on BioSpace’s dedicated Hotbeds page.
As BioSpace introduces the 2023 Hotbed Maps – complete with the NextGen Bio Hotbed Map highlighting this year’s most promising startups – let’s explore the industry’s most thriving territories, research leading employers and search for relevant jobs on BioSpace.
The Biotech Bay Hotbed includes San Francisco Bay, Menlo Park and Palo Alto regions and is a dominant region in the life sciences sector, hosting global organizations and startups alike.
The Boston/Cambridge region is home to some of the nation’s most well-known and prestigious Ivy League universities and laser-sharp research hubs including Harvard University, MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital. It’s no wonder the area also packs power in dynamo life science companies as well, in particular, cell and gene therapy.
Lovely SoCal is well-known for its sprawling beaches and picture-perfect weather, but the region also boasts some of bioscience’s top organizations.
The nation’s heartland succeeds in combining cutting-edge manufacturing facilities, with strong educational institutions, like the University of Chicago and Northwestern University, often teaming up to create powerful pipelines of talent.
BioMidwest highlights biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical device companies in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio and Wisconsin.
The BioCapital region of Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. is about much more than just the Beltway encircling the nation’s capital city. Beyond the Beltway, life sciences abound.
Featuring established players like Adaptive Phage Therapeutics, Emergent BioSolutions, there is no shortage of therapeutics and vaccines emanating from this region. The BioCapital is also home to one of America’s most renowned medical schools: Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
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Industry, when paired with strong educational institutions like Rice University, the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and Texas A&M University, offers invaluable networks and collaboration capabilities, including valuable streams of talented employee pools.
The Bio NC Hotbed boasts Research Triangle Park, North America’s largest high-technology research and science park, nestled right in North Carolina. Besides being a beautiful place to call home with cultural hubs like Asheville, tucked in the mountains, the region is consistently listed among the nation’s top 10 biopharma hubs.
Pharm Country Hotbed, including Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island is home to huge population centers, like New York City, and is dominated by Ivy League universities.
Consistently ranked among the top five U.S. life sciences clusters, the region typically attracts a good deal of venture capital dollars, particularly as onlookers seek direction from Wall Street. The region is home to Regeneron, Amgen, AbbVie, Daiichi Sankyo, CSL Behring, Exelixis and Century Therapeutics.
Home to gorgeous cities and desirable cultural spots, the Pacific Northwest BioForest Hotbed is comprised of biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical device companies in Oregon and Washington.