Why is NYC a Laggard On Tech & Medicine Startups?

Monday, September 28, 2009

This study by the Center for an Urban Future says New York's research universities aren't doing enough to spin off innovative research into new private ventures.

Also check out the very diverting innovation index. One striking finding: in 2008, Silicon Valley had 40 big venture capital firms, Boston had 16, and New York had 5.


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