Indianapolis is banking on life sciences growth
Downsizing in the manufacturing sector has meant less corporate law work for Indianapolis firms, but city and state officials are pushing hard to bring in new industry, according to Barnes & Thornburg managing partner Alan Levin. Of particular importance is investment in the life sciences, he said, especially in conjunction with the state's public and private universities.
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